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ANNUAL REPORT 



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CLARENCE MANUEL GRASSIE January 17, 1983 

EVELYN BOSWORTH WOOD March 23, 1983 

RUTH A. WINTERS July 2, 1983 

DOROTHY CATHERINE MORSE September 9, 1983 

NANCY ELIZABETH SLADEN October 28, 1983 

FRANCES RITA ANTOINE November 19, 1983 



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TOWN OF COHASSET 
NORFOLK COUNTY 

Incorporated 1770 
Population June, 1983 — 7,617 

Tenth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: Allan B. McKinnon, Weymouth 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



1980 



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Elected Town Officers 
1983-1984 



SELECTMEN 



Mary Jane E. McArthur, Chairman 

John A. DeBassio 

Rocco F. Laugelle 

Frank W. England 

Clifford Mitman, Jr., Vice Chairman 



William D. Weeks 



MODERATOR 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 



Term expires April 1984 



Charles A. Marks 



TOWN CLERK 



Tenure 



Warren S. Pratt 
Michael C. Patrolia 
Brian Wilkins 



Gordon E. Flint 



ASSESSORS 



TREASURER-COLLECTOR 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 



Term expires April 1984 



Harold W.Litchfield 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



Term expires April 1984 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Richard M. Conley 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
Joseph R. Nedrow 
John Langmaid 
Diana Davis Kornet 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



Sheila S. Evans 
Cordelia T. Foell 
Doris R. McNulty 
Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Nancy M.Gilmore 
David Chittim 
Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Richard A. Dabrowski 



Dr. Charles M. Bliss 
Marilyn P. Sweeney 
Barbara A. Kern 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 
Term expires April 



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1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1986 
1986 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 



PLANNING BOARD 



Patrick A. Plante 
John F. OToole 
Dnaiel C. Cotton 
L. Christine Bassett 
Robert H. Sturdy 



William Montouri 
LotE. Bates 
Peter J. Pratt 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 



Edward M. Guild 
Joseph M. Gwinn 
Charels DeSantis 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 



RECREATION COMMISSION 

AIna L. Ekberg 

James L.Gallagher 

Gerald A. Buckley 

Mary K. Muncey 

Eugene K. Price (Resigned on 1 1/ /83) 

Nancy Sladen (Died 10/28/83) 

Richard P. Barrow 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 



SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Richard J. Silvia 



Term expires April 1984 



Lloyd W. Prescott 

Marguerite M. LIbby 

John D. Muncey 

Ralph Perroncello 

Leo Happenny (Appointed by Governor) 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires July 28, 1987 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 



Executive Secretary 

Mark J. Lanza 



Term Expires 



Town Accountant 

William S. Signorelli 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey 



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Police Lieutenant Under Civil Service 

Charles E. Stockbridge (retired 6/1/83) 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Brian Cogill 
David C. Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
John C. Conte 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Maureen F. Healy 
Clifton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 
John J. Rhodes III 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Special Police Officers 

Harry H. Ritter Harbor Master 

Clifford J. Dickson Cohasset Yacht Club & Assist. Harbor Master 

William G. Stone Assistant Harbor Master (Little Harbor) 

James Curley Shellfish Constable 

Harold Litchfield Highway Surveyor 

Martin W. Dooley Fire Chief 

Stephen Wigmore Superintendent of Wires 

Benjamin F. Curley Superintendent of Water Department 

Peter G. Laugelle Superintendent of Tree & ParkDept. 

Frederick W. Johansen Director of Civil Defense 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr Plumbing & Gas Inspector 

LotE. Bates, Jr Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Kenneth S. Sargent Custodian of Town Hall 

Bernard Salvador ^ Fish Warden 

Manuel Salvador Sewer Plant 

John M. Worley Recreation Director 

Robert K. Dennis Building Inspector 



Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Charles E. Stockbridge 

Dog Officer (under Article 24, May 1976 Town Meeting) 

Richard Yocum 1984 



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Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Frederick W. Johansen 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Frederick W. Johansen 

Fire Chief 

Martin W. Dooley 

Fire Department Under Civil Service 

Richard Conley Acting Captain 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Edward Barrow Firefighter 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter— E.M.T. 

John T. Bosweli, III Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr Firefighter 

Robert F. Protulis Firefighter— E.M.T. 

William J. Protulis Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 

Robert D. Silvia Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

John M. Sullivan Firefighter 

Peter Trask (Temporary) Firefighter— E.M.T. 

EricWenzlow Firefighter— E.M.T. 



Forest Warden 

Martin W. Dooley Fire Chief 

Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Robert K.Dennis 1984 

Plumbing and Gas Inspector (appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard. Sr. 



Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 



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Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 

Assistant Town Counsel 

John J. Slater, ill 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E.Bates, Jr. 1984 

Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

Lot E.Bates, Jr. 1984 

Director of Veterans' Affairs 

T. Gerard Keating 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

T. Gerard Keating 

Constable 

Barbara C. Elliott (resigning 12/31/83) 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Robert K. Dennis, Building Inspector 
Martin W. Dooley, Fire Chief 

Fence Viewers 

Anthony Emanuello 1984 

John Winters (resigned 7/13/83) 

KearlnA. Dunn 1984 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 1984 

William G. Stone (for Little Harbor) 1984 

Shellfish Constable 

John H. Winter, III (resigned 4/12/83) 
James Curley (appointed 6/22/83) 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Harry H. Ritter (appointed 6/22/83) 



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Fish Warden 

Bernard J. Salvador, Jr. 1984 

Town Archivist 

David H.Wadsworth 1984 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Kenneth S. Sargent 

Honorary Town Engineer 

Gilbert S. Tower 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Park & Cemetery Superintendent 

Reter G. Laugelle 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside Cemetery (under Tree & Rark Dept.) and 

Beechwood Cemetery (under Tree & Rark Dept.) 
Albert Meallo, Perkins Cemetery 

Election Officers 

For the year 1983 

In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider the 
following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing year. These 
names have been taken from the lists submitted by the Republican and Democratic 
Town Committees. 



WARDEN 


R 


Dominic M. Baccari 


DEPUTY WARDEN 


R 


Mary N. Grassie 


CLERK 


D 


Bernard Mulcahy 


CLERK 


D 


Jean Salvador 


DEPUTY CLERK 


D 


Ann Leonard 


DEPUTY CLERK 


D 


Barbara Williams 


INSPECTORS DEMOCRATS 


; INSPECTORS REPUBLICAN 


Mary A. Fiori 




Carol Beggan 


Margaret C. Hernan 




Eileen Buckley 


Janice Rosano 




Mary D. Migliaccio 


Dorothy C. Bjorkgren 




Maria R. Rape 
Patricia C. Buckley 
Nancy E. Sladen 
Grace Tuckerman 



TWO INDEPENDENT INSPECTORS 
Ellen M. Patrolia 
Carol A. Townsend 



DEPUTY INSPECTORS DEMOCRATS DEPUTY INSPECTORS REPUBLICANS 
Alice Mersch Margaret Stoughton 

Charlotte Leiand Katherine Lincoln 

Patricia A. Walsh Betty Pearce 

Roberta Shurbier Eunice Clark 

Janet MacLure 

Kathleen V. England 

Charles A. Marks 

Town Clerk 



Boards. Commissions, Committees and Representatives Appointed by the Board of Selectmen 

Ambulance Study Committee (appointed 9/28/83) 

F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Chairman 

Mark Friedman, M.D. 

Arne Gjesteby 

Pamela Johansen, R.N. 

Mark Trask 

Chief Martin Dooley, ex officio 

Arts Lottery Council 

Jeanne Armin 1985 
Charles Wheelwright (resigned 3/23/83) 

Ronald Emmons 1985 

Lawrence Fone 1985 

Helen Ketcham 1985 

Ellen Morrissey 1985 

Sigrid Carey, Alternate 1985 

Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 
John F. Rousseau, Vice Chairman 
Robert S. Booth, Jr.* 
Mark M. Kiley** 

Associate Members 

John F. Roy (resigned 6/9/83) 
Terrence Farrell (appointed 11/16/83) 
Barbara M. Power, Clerk 

*not reappointed in 1982; 

will remain in office until the resolution of pending matters. 

**appointed 9/21/83; Full membership effective when Robert Booth, Jr. leaves 

office; until then he will serve in an Associate capacity. 



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Building Code Appeal Board 

FredericH. Wood, Jr. 
James Salyards 
Francis A. Evans 
Joseph W. MacDonald 
Vacancy 

By-Law Study Committee (discharged April 1983) 

Cornelia L. O'Malley 

Mary E. Gainor 

Richard A. Henderson 

Roger W. Nast 

William D. Weeks, Ex-officio 

Board of Selectmen, Ex-officio 



1984 
1988 
1988 
1987 



Cable T.V. Council (appointed 11/30/83) 

James Gallagher (Recreation) 

Arnold Nickerson (Drama) 

Karin Bartow (Arts Center) resigned 

Margaret Dillon (Arts Center) 

Richard Hayes (Library) 

John Packard (School Committee) 

David Chittim (Community rep.) 

Joseph McCool (Community rep.) 

Donald McAllister (Community rep.) 

Ann O'Malley (Community Rep.) 



6/30/84 
6/30/84 

6/30/84 
6/30/85 
6/30/85 
6/30/85 
6/30/86 
6/30/86 
6/30/86 



Cohasset Common Historic District Commission, 

Appointed by the Board of Selectmen under Article 34, April 1978 Town Meeting 

Peter J. Wood 1984 

Charles C. Wheelwright, Sec. 1984 

James Murphy, Vice Chairman 1985 

Kathryn Young 1985 

Joyce Sturdy 1985 

Gordon Stevenson, Chairman 1986 

James M.Sandell 1986 
W. Chester Browne (resigned 7/10/83) Alternate 

Herbert P. Vanderlugt, Alternate 1986 

Rev. Richard Muir. Alternate 1986 



Cohasset Harbor Committee 

James L.Gallagher 
Glenn S.Salvador 
Charles G. Fink, Chairman 
Herbert Jason 
Roger Porter 
Warren R. Thomson 
Harry H.Ritter 



1984 
1984 
1985 
1985 
1986 
1986 
indefinite term 



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Committee to Study the Government Island Property 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1984 

Robert James 1984 

Noel Ripley 1984 

Harry H.Ritter 1985 

Vivian M. McCormack 1985 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 1986 

Richard P. Barrow 1986 

Conservation Commission (under Article 34, March Meeting, 1961) 

John F. Hubbard 1984 

JanetA. Ditmar 1984 
Walter F. Sullivan (resigned 1983) 

H. Richard Maichle (appointed 9/14/83) 1985 

PeterJ. O'LoughlinJr. 1985 

Merle S.Brown 1985 

Patricia C. Buckley, Chairman 1986 

Austin O'Toole 1986 

Council for the Aging 

Helen K. Barbary 1984 

Rev. John H. Keohane, Chairman 1984 

Dorothy C. Morse (deceased) 

Vivian McCormack 1984 

Alice M. Daunt (resigned 6/22/83) 

Katherine M. McGrath 1985 

Malcolm Onwood 1985 

George E. Fellows 1985 

Dorothea Bjorklund 1986 

Mary Donovan 1986 

JohnH.Mullett 1986 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

Eleanor T.Smith 1984 

Priscilla S. Tebbetts 1985 

Ernest M. Stevens, Chairman 1985 

Donald L. DeMichele 1986 

Arthur M. Pom peo 1986 

Historical Commission 

Grace R. Tuckerman 1984 

Mary Fleming 1984 

Betty P. Enders 1985 

Roger Leonard 1985 

David H.Wadsworth 1985 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1986 

Patricia Murphy 1986 

Insurance Advisory Committee 

George McCullough, Chairman 

Arnold Jenks (resigned 11/83) 

Thomas W. Sheppard 

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Mass. Transportation Commission to represent tlie Town of Cohasset in the Greater 

Boston Region 

—appointed by the Board of Selectmen. 

Mary Jane E. McArthur, Board of Selectmen 
John OToole, Planning Board Representative 
Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Registrars of Voters 

Burtram J. Pratt 1984 
Clarence M. Grassie (deceased) 

Roberts. Pa pe 1985 

Alice Daunt 1986 

Charles Marks, (ex officio) indefinite 

Permanent By-Law Committee 

Arthur E.Nilsson 1986 

Cornelia L. O'Malley, Chairman 1986 

MaryE.Cainor 1986 

Representative to Coastal Zone Management Agency 

Burk Ketcham 

Representative to the Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Martha K. Gjesteby 

Representatives to Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Barron Salvador 

Strait's Pond Management Committee 

Mark J. Lanza, Executive Secretary 

Elaine Eliopoulos, Health Agent 

Burk Ketcham, Coastal Zone Management Representative 

Frances Aronivici, Neighborhood Representative 

Tri-Town Commission 

John A. DeBassio, Representative from Selectmen 
Frederick Koed, Representative from Advisory Committee 
Deborah S. Cook, Sub committee— Solid Waste Disposal 
Donald DeMichele, Sub committee— Solid Waste Disposal 
Martha Gjesteby, Sub committee— Regional Transportation 
Kenneth Fone, Sub Committee 

Selectmen's Advisory Committee for Sewer Alternatives 

(appointed 3/28/83 disbanded 12/22/83) 

Charles DeSantis, Chairman 

Gary Vanderweil 

Richard Avery 

John Suhrbier 

Mary Jane E. McArthur 



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Joseph Gwinn 
Maxwell Pounder 
William Baird 
Dr. C. Michael Bliss 
William Montouri 
Daniel Cotton 

Town Officers appointed by authorities other than the Board of Selectmen 

Assistant Town Clerk 

Frances L. Marks Appointed October 2, 1972 

Assistant Town Treasurer 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 

Chief Librarian 

Richard E. Hayes 

Chief Operator— Sewer Plant 

Manuel E. Salvador 

Executive Director of the Housing Authority 

Barbara Clain 

Health Agent 

Elaine Eliopoulos 

Recreation Director 

John M. Worley (appointed by the Recreation Commission under Article 54, 
May 1976 Town Meeting) 

Superintendent of Schools 

Eugene C. Crowell 

Superintendent of Water Department 

Benjamin F. Curley 

Boards, Committees, Commissions, and Representatives 
Appointed by Authorities other than the Board of Selectmen 

Advisory Committee— Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of Advisory 
Committee and Moderator 

Frederick R. Koed 1984 

Nelson C. Pratt 1984 

Gait Grant 1984 

Thomas E. Burke 1985 

James W. Lagrotteria 1985 

Paul R. Neelon 1985 

Margaret M. O'Donnell 1986 

Richard E. Horn 1986 

Jacqueline M. Dorm itzer 1986 



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Capital Budget Committee— Appointed by the Moderator, Chairman of the board of 
Selectmen, Chairman of the Advisory Committee under Resolution March 1971 An- 
nual Town Meeting 

Edwin H.Tebbetts 1984 

John A. Vivian 1984 

Ernest M. Stevens (relocated) 

William E. Haynes 1985 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1985 

Richard J. Avery 1986 

Design Review Board— Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of Advisory 
Committee and Moderator, Under Article 37, May 1976 Annual Town Meeting 

Elizabeth S. Hoopes, Chairman 1984 

Margaret M. Benson 1985 

Peter O'Connor 1985 

RobertA. Stansell, Jr. 1986 

Roger C. Porter, Assoc. Member 
Roger S. Whitley, Assoc. Member 
Nancy S. Garrison, Assoc. Member 
Robert K. Dennis, Ex-officio 

Drainage Advisory Committee, Under Article 42, May 1975 Town Meeting appointed 
by Moderator, Chairman of Board of Selectmen and Chairman Advisory Board 

Milton F. Higgins (resigned 6/1/83) 

Diane C. Sullivan (appointed 7/28/83) 1984 

Cornelia L. O'Malley (resigned 6/83) 

Thomas C. Cook (appointed 7/28/83) 1985 

Walter G. Ross, Chairman 1986 

Personnel Board, appointed by the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, the Town 
Moderator and Chairman of the Advisory Committee 

Robert J. Tis 1984 

Rita M. Strong 1984 

Clifford Mitman, (resigned 4/6/83) 
Oliver Woodruff (appt. 5/14/83) 1985 

(resigned 10/26/83) 
John Mullett, Chairman 1985 

Sewer Advisory Committee (appointed 11/9/83) 

Chartis Langmaid, Chairman Herbert Jason 

Richard Avery Dr. C. Michael Bliss 

William Baird, Vice Chairman Patricia Buckley 

Stephen Bartow Charles DeSantis 

Arthur Clark Joseph Gwinn 

Gait Grant Edward Guild 

Muriel Silvia, Secretary Fred Johansen 

Diane Sullivan Jacqueline Dormitzer 

Gary Vanderweil Rita Strong 

Mary Jane McArthur Barbara Kern 
Daniel Cotton 



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Committee to Study Town Government Structure, Appointed by Chairman of Select- 
men, Moderator and Chairman of Advisory Committee under Article 36, May 1976 
Town Meeting 

Francis J. Mitchell 1984 

Shirley F. Neer 1985 

DonnaJ. McGee 1985 

F. Burk Ketcham 1985 

RichardJ. Silvia 1985 

Osborne F. Ingram 1986 

JohnK. McNabb.Jr. 1986 

School Facilities Committee, under Article 42, March Meeting 1960, Appointed by 
the Moderator and Article 33 of 1975 Meeting 

Appointed by Moderator 
Linda Henderson 1985 

Robert H. Sturdy (resigned 4/83) 
Vacancy 
Vacancy 

Appointed by the Selectmen 

Robert L.Julian 1984 

Marie McCarthy 1985 

RichardJ. Silvia 1986 

Appointed by the School Committee 
Irene Brown 1984 

Daniel Dormer 1985 

James McKinnell 1986 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee (Board of Health) 

Barbara A. Kern 

Frederick W. Johansen 

Patripia C. Buckley 

Lot W. Bates 

Gordon L. Deane 

Jeffrie A. Bettinger, Chairman 

William E. Baird 

Ann W. Churchill 

Martin W. Dooley (Fire Chief) 

Lt. Charles Stockbridge 

Barbara M. Power 

Linda R. Wakeman 



Jury List 1983-1984 



Engineer 
Secretary 
BIdg. Cont. 
Therapist 
Housewife 

6. Brennock, Henry E., Jr. 136 Doane Street Phone Co. 

7. Broadhurst, Austin, Jr. 231 South Main Street Business 

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1. 


Allen, David W. 


35 Pond Street 


2. 


Anderson, Nancy M. 


101 Pleasant Street 


3. 


Bates, Stanley W. 


318 Forest Avenue 


4. 


Benbow, Mary W. 


22 Red Gate Lane 


5. 


Bliss, Barbara W. 


76 Summer Street 



8. 


Brockman, Daniel B. 


49 Red Gate Lane 


Executive 


9. 


Brownell, Eunice L. 


164 Beech wood Street 


Housewife 


10. 


Bunstein, Richard 


103 North Main Street 


Investment Broker 


11. 


Charlton, Maureen M. 


23 Forest Notch 


Housewife 


12. 


Dedecz, Stanley J. 


618 Jerusalem Road 


Real Estate 


13. 


Doggett, Thomas A. 


12 Hugh Strain Road 


Engineer 


14. 


Dooley, Joseph R. 


124 Doane Street 


Real Estate 


15. 


Fauth, John 


205 Sohier Street 


Executive 


16. 


Fox, John J. 


387 Beechwood Street 


Gas Pumper 


17. 


French, John F. 


56 Black Rock Road 


Truck Driver 


18. 


Gallop, Helen J. 


250 King Street 


At home 


19. 


Getto, Caria 


36 Jerusalem Road 


Housewife 


20. 


Healey,Thomas M., Jr. 


49 Gushing Road 


Foreman 


21. 


Holway, David 


35 Linden Lane 


Sales Manager 


22. 


Horsefield, Idella 1. 


255 Jerusalem Road 


Housewife 


23. 


Hubbell, Roberts E. 


20 Schofield Road 


Superintendent 


24. 


Jarman, May H. 


15 Jerusalem Road 


Housewife 


25. 


Johnsen, Arthur E. 


207 North Main Street 


Architect 


26. 


Kirk, James C. 


254 South Main Street 


Biochemist 


27. 


Lipitch, Edward 


7 Haystack Lane 


Vice President 


28. 


Liberty, Franklin P. 


541 Beechwood Street 


Investment Mgr. 


29. 


Litchfield, Patricia A. 


171 Beechwood Street 


Housewife 


30. 


Littlejohn, George M. 


103 Black Rock Road 


Salesman 


31. 


MacNeill, John M. 


752 Jerusalem Road 


I.B.M. 


32. 


Marsden, Marie E. 


62 Rust Way 


Housewife 


33. 


Maynard, Barbara L. 


326 King Street 


Housewife 


34. 


McKeough, Bernard A. 


16 Virginia Lane 


Salesman 


35. 


Mulhern, Helen R. 


106 Beechwood Street 


Teacher's Aide 


36. 


Nickerson, Arnold J. 


211 South Main Street 


Executive 


37. 


Nussdorfer, Daniel 


756 Jerusalem Road 


Vice President 


38. 


O'Grady, Marilyn 


90 Forest Avenue 


Homemaker 


39. 


Ogrodnik, Thomas G. 


21 Pleasant Street 


Engineer 


40. 


Parmenter, Dorothea 


60 Reservoir Road 


Housewife 


41. 


Pearce, Mauran S., Jr. 


357 South Main Street 


Real Estate 


42. 


Piepenbrink, Harriet L. 


235 Beechwood Street 


At home 


43. 


Piepenbrink, Shirley B. 


150 North Main Street 


Housewife 


44. 


Pile, Wilson Hunt 


65 Elm Street 


Consultant 


45. 


Rattenbury, Henry A. 


Briarwood Lane 


Mailman 


46. 


Sanchez, Ellen M. 


227 Beechwood Street 


Accountant 


47. 


Sceery, Pheobe E. 


95 Atlantic Avenue 


Housewife 


48. 


Sharkey, William 0. 


6 Margin Street 


Supervisor 


49. 


Stinson, Richard H. 


51 Deep Run 


General Manager 


50. 


Thomson, Virginia H. 


150 Beach Street 


At Home 


51. 


Townsend, Carol A. 


11 Hillside Drive 


Housewife 


52. 


Tuckerman, Grace R. 


393 South Main Street 


Housewife 


53. 


Upton, George B. 


365 Jerusalem Road 


Manufacturing 


54. 


Van Etten, Marcia J. 


275 Jerusalem Road 


Housewife 


55. 


Wadsworth, David H. 


14 Summer Street 


Curator 


56. 


Washburn, Eleanor M. 


520 North Main Street 


Homemaker 


57. 


Westover, Lillian 


472a Beechwood Street 


Quality Control 


58. 


Winn, John J. 


404 South Main Street 


Constn. Eng. 



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Report of the Board of Selectmen 

The year 1983 was one of dramatic change and activity for Cohasset and the 
Board of Selectmen. We have new Chiefs in the two uniformed departments; a new 
Executive Secretary; the Board of Selectmen increased from three to five; and the 
new Board has increased its activity in all phases of town government. 

The expanded Board of Selectmen feels it is more important than ever that Town 
citizens be aware of Board activities, events that have and will shape Board decisions, 
and future plans of the Board that will impact on the Town. With this in mind, the 
1983 Annual Report is presented in an expanded form. 

Key Appointments and Events 

1. January 3— Martin W. Dooley assumed duties of Fire Chief 

2. January 17— Mark J. Lanza assumed duties of Executive Secretary 

3. February 28— Joseph M. Kealey assumed duties of Police Chief. 

4. April 8— Election increased number of Selectmen from three to five. 

5. April 27— New Town Hall business hours adopted. 

6. June 6— First meeting of the Tri-Town Commission (Cohasset, Hingham, Hull). 

7. June 22— Provisional Cable TV License signed. 

8. September 20— Special Town Meeting with 16 warrant articles. 

Strengthened Policies and Procedures 

The Board has recognized the need for the adoption of administrative pro- 
cedures and policies to promote more efficient and effective government. This is an 
ongoing process. During the past year, the Board has established guidelines for the 
conduct of its meetings. We encourage participation by our citizens. We want each 
issue fully understood and each point of view fully explored. 

The Board of Selectmen acts as the licensing authority for a variety of licenses in- 
cluding liquor, auto dealers, cable TV, entertainment, common victuallers and 
shellfish. A new policy has been established for issuing all licenses. Compliance with 
state laws. Town by-laws and rules and regulations, including zoning, public health 
and public safety, is required before licenses will be issued. Local rules and regula- 
tions regarding liquor sales have also been established by the Board. License fees 
have been increased in many cases to be more in line with those in comparable 
towns. Dog control continues to be a concern of the Board. The Town has a dog con- 
trol by-law which must be enforced. Citizen awareness of the dog control law and the 
willingness to cooperate will result in more effective dog control. 

Streetlighting is another Town issue which surfaces frequently. The Board is con- 
cerned with the safety of its citizens and within budget constraints has addressed 
specific light locations in conjunction with the Town's public safety officials. 

Another area of major concern to the Board is the issue of zoning. It is our inten- 
tion to fairly and consistently enforce the zoning by-law. We have instructed the 
Building Inspector to compile a list of zoning violations. It must be recognized that this 
is an ongoing and time-consuming process and all violations cannot be addressed 
overnight. We are determined to assure that the zoning by-law is enforced even- 
handedly. 

The Board of Selectmen is cognizant of the "demand" that government must be 
more responsive to its citizens. Citizens are demanding accountability, as they should. 
We recognize that town officials must be more accessible. To help promote accessi- 
bility, the Board has, and will continue, to adopt needed changes. Some recent 



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changes are as follows: 

1) Town Hall evening business hours— Thursday, 5:30 to 8 P.M.; 

Friday business hours— 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. 

2) Additional phone line installed in the Selectmen's Office. 

3) Board of Selectmen "drop-in" sessions provide citizens the opportunity to discuss 
topics of interest informally and to enlighten the Selectmen as to public sentiment 
on many town issues. 

4) Periodic planning meetings to address specific issues beyond those dealt with at 
regular meetings. 

5) Each town department, committee, board or commission now has one of the five 
Selectmen assigned as a liaison to facilitate communication flow with the full 
Board. 

Boards, Committees and Commissions 

Appointed committees are an important partof the structure of our Town govern- 
ment and the Board has established a new procedure for appointments. Interviews 
are held and selections made based on qualifications of applicants, the needs of the 
committees and cross-section representation. The Board recognizes the wealth of 
talent which exists in the Town and encourages citizens to volunteer their services. 
Elected officials can't do the job alone— they need your help. We are aware that many 
citizens have special interests and these interests are considered as much as possible 
but cannot always be honored. 

In addition to ongoing groups, three new advisory bodies were formed during the 
year: 

1. The Tri-Town Commission, in conjunction with Hull and Hingham, to deal with 
regional issues such as transportation and solid waste. 

2. 7776 Straits Pond Committee, along with Hull, to jointly address the problems at this 
pond. 

3. 777e Ambulance Study Committee, to reassess current ambulance service. 

At the Annual Town Meeting in April, the Board of Selectmen will recommend that the 
Drainage Committee's Membership be increased from three to five. 

Town Counsel and Litigation 

Our regular Town Counsel is asked to fulfill the roles of agent in any legal action, 
advisory in interpreting laws and regulations and drafter and reviewer of various 
documents, contracts, etc. In addition. Special Town Counsel is used when certain 
special legal experience is needed or where Town Counsel may have a conflict-of- 
interest because of existing client relationships. In all cases, access to Counsel, by any 
department, committee, board or commission is closely controlled by the Board of 
Selectmen. 

Our society has become increasingly litiguous and this is particularly the case at 
all levels of government. The Board of Selectmen attempts to assure that all Town 
departments, and other bodies under our control, are aware of the requirements to 
act according to applicable laws and regulations and to rule objectively according to 
the facts at hand. These are also requirements for other elected boards, committees 
and commissions as well. Because of increased complexity of laws and regulations, 
we have been faced with an increased need for ongoing use of Town Counsel. We 
have also become involved in litigation requiring increased use of Special Counsel. 
This litigation in some cases may be due to flawed board, committee or commission 



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decisions, but it is just as likely to be the result of poor wording of regulations, honest 
differences of opinion, a need for the Town to enforce its rights or simply a nuisance 
suit, or one intended to coerce the Town into a desired result. In any case, the Select- 
men must either help institute of respond to litigation. The significant events in this 
area during the year included: 

1. Settling out-of-court a civil rights suit stemming from a zoning variance 
issue. 

2. Settling out-of-court a zoning by-law variance dispute involving the Cox 
estate. 

3. Hiring of new Special Town Counsel to represent Cohasset interests in the 
solution of our sewage problem. 

4. Trial of the case involving jurisdiction over Cohasset Harbor, with a verdict 
expected shortly. 

5. Hiring of new Special Town Counsel for labor negotiations. 

The Board of Selectmen is aware of the need to use counsel judiciously and our 
responsibility to protect the Town from a significant financial exposure by use of legal 
counsel. 

Looking Ahead 

Nine months have passed since the inception of the five member Board of Select- 
men. At our first planning meeting in May, 1983, we established many goals and 
priorities. Some of our goals have been accomplished, but much remains to be done. 
Our plans for the future include on-going development and updating of policies and 
procedures; assist the Planning Board in rewriting the zoning by-laws; assist in 
developing plans for adequate housing for all our citizens; improve communications 
and efficiency in our public safety departments; construct a modern town office fa- 
cility; construct a municipal garage; improve enforcement of town by-laws, zoning by- 
laws, and rules and regulations; renovate the Police and Fire Headquarters building; 
introduce a formulized performance appraisal approach for Town employees; and in- 
tegrate the use of our new computer in the management of Town affairs. 



The Board would like to thank our loyal town employees and all citizens who have 
served on town boards and committees during the year, it requires all of us working 
together to make our government function smoothly and for the benefit of all. 

We look forward to 1984 and the opportunity to continue to make improvements 
needed to make your government work for you. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Mary Jane E. McArthur, Chairman 

Clifford Mitman, Jr., Vice Chairman 

John A. DeBassio 

Frank W. England 

Rocco F. Laugelle 



Mark J. Lanza, Executive Secretary 



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Town Clerk's Report of the Annual Town Meeting 

April 2, 1983 

At the annual Business Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 12:30 P.M. were Mary M. Brennock, Betty N. 
Grassie, Margaret C. Hernan, Francis L. Marks and Barbara Williams. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 1:00 P.M. were Arthur L. 
Lehr, Jr., Robert S. Pape, Bernard Mulcahy and Fred Howe. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 451. 
At 1:25 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the Town Clerk 
proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Rev. John Keohane gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troop presented the colors and led the 
pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 

MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by General Laws ap- 
point all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
Article 1 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1982. 

MOVED: That the report of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town 

Report for 1982 be accepted. 

Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the report of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

MOVED: That the report of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard, and that the 

reports of Town Committees be heard, accepted and that the Committees continue in 

office. 

Article 3 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

REPORT OF COMMITTEE TO STUDY STRUCTURE OF TOWN GOVERNMENT 

The work of the Committee to Study the Structure of Town Government has been 
focused on three topics: 

1) At the Special Town Meeting of November 29, 1982, a resolution 
was passed directing the Committee to examine the method by which 
the structure of town government may be changed or altered and 
make recommendations regarding the same to the Annual Town 
Meeting in April 1983. We have investigated the matter and will 
make such a recommendation presently. 

2) We have been studying procedures for assessing property and set- 
ting tax rates so that we may make recommendations concerning this 
process; we will presently give our report of these studies and make 
our recommendation; 

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3) We have submitted Article 32 in the Warrant for the present Town 
Meeting recommending the establishment of a Standing By-law 
Committee. 
Our investigation of the first of these topics— the methods by which the structure 
of Town Government may be changed— has been concerned primarily with the ques- 
tion of considering changes in the structure of Town Government only at Annual, not 
at Special, Town Meetings. 

Our research indicates that such a limitation would be illegal. 
Chapter 40, Section 21, of the Massachusetts General Laws states: 

"The selectmen shall insert in the warrant.. .for every special town 
meeting all subjects the insertion of which shall be requested of them in 
writing by one hundred registered voters or by ten per cent of the total 
number of registered voters of the town whichever number is lesser." 
In the case of Smith v. Board of Appeals of Fall River in 1946, it was decided that 
"A municipality cannot pass ordinances going beyond its statutory 
authority, no matter how laudable the purpose may be, since only the 
Legislature can determine whether existing conditions call for a relaxa- 
tion of the rules." 
It would therefore appear that it would be illegal to deny citizens the right to pre- 
sent any article for inclusion in the warrant for a Special Town Meeting, regardless of 
its subject matter. It was also the opinion of Richard Henderson, Town Counsel, that 
limiting the subject matter to be considered at a Special Town Meeting would be il- 
legal. 

The structure of Town Government can, of course, be changed by an article 
properly presented in the warrant for any Annual or Special Town Meeting, approved 
by the Town Meeting, and subsequently approved by the Attorney General. 

An article in the warrant for an Annual or Special Town Meeting may also petition 
the General Court to make such changes, and if the Legislature approves the petition, 
the change becomes law upon its passage. 

As for the second topic of our investigation, two committee members, Richard 
Silvia and Tom Atkinson, have been looking into problems associated with assess- 
ment of property and setting the tax rate. They have met with our Board of Assessors 
and with Jane Malme, of the Bureau of Local Assessment, State Department of 
Revenue. 

Tom Atkinson will report on the results of their investigation and will present a 
resolution which constitutes our recommendation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas Atkinson 

F. Burk Ketchum 

Francis Mitchell 

Shirley Neer 

Mary Gainor 

Richard Silvia 

Donna McGee, Chairman 



On October 21, 1982, the Committee to Study Structure of Town Government, 
voted to investigate the problems of assessing properties in Cohasset, and the 



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organizational structure of the Board of Assessors. 

Our study began with a meeting of the Board of Assessors, on November 10, 

1982. 

We discussed, in depth, the series of events, commencing November 
1980, concerning the abortive attempts to revalue all properties in the 
Town of Cohasset. This effort resulted in developing a tax base which 
could not be certified by the State Bureau of Local Assessments. 

Within a six month period, this committee has: 

1) reviewed much statistical data relating to Boards of Assessors 
throughout the Commonwealth. 

2) conferred with assessors from other towns. 

3) held informative discussions with the State Bureau of Local 
Assessments. 

Also during this same period, a Special Town Meeting in November voted the 
funds which allowed the Assessors to hire a state qualified firm (Appraisal Con- 
sultants of New England) who currently are revaluing our town. They will further 
assist the Assessors in developing a tax base which should be certifiable. 

When this revaluation is completed, Cohasset will have accurate and up-to-date 
records on every piece of property. 

However, the assessment problems will only be partially resolved. 

1) What will happen to all of this data? 

2) By whom and how should these records be maintained? 

3) To what extent should data processing be used in maintaining and up- 
dating these records? 

4) Should all work be done with in-house professionals and equipment or 
should we seek help from professional outside services? 

These are but a few questions which need to be addressed and 
answered by the Board of Assessors. 

With this in mind, this committee makes the following recommen- 
dations in the form of a resolution. 

BE IT RESOLVED 
that the Board of Assessors of the Town of Cohasset prepare a five (5) 
year plan, to be presented to the Town Meeting, when next convened, 
or no later than the regular Town Meeting in April 1984. 

This plan should set forth definite policies, and specify all person- 
nel, equipment, services, and costs, necessary to: 

1) properly file and maintain all data resulting from the current revalua- 
tion of the Town of Cohasset. 

2) Constantly update this data in order to develop a timely certifiable tax 
base each year. 

That the voters of Cohasset will consider any subsequent reorganization costs, 
with an open mind. 

That the voters of Cohasset will give the Board of Assessors the proper backing 
and the vote of confidence necessary to assist them in structuring a sound, cost- 
effective plan for the future. 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 4. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries and compensation of 
Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
from available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and compensation, 
expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town Depart- 
ments, for the ensuing fiscal year; or to act on anything relating thereto. 
SEE APPENDIX A 

Moved that this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, that 
the sum of $7,829,953.00 is appropriated, the sum of $58,810.00 for salaries of 
elected Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $6,199.00; Clerk, Board of 
Registrars, $329.00; Highway Surveyor, $20,659.00; Moderator, $125.00; 
Treasurer-Collector, $22,698.00; Selectmen, $5,100.00; Assessors, $3,700.00, for 
the ensuing fiscal year and that $7,770,143.00 for Personal Services, Expenses, 
Capital outlays. Interest, Maturing Debt and other charges for the various depart- 
ments for the ensuing fiscal year said being recommended for all purposes, itemized 
per accounts numbered 1-00 thru 49-00 inclusive, copy attached hereto and to meet 
said appropriation the following transfers are authorized from: Income from Trust 
Funds-Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,300.00; Wadleigh Park, $300.00; Robert 
Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt, $150.00; State Aid Water Pollution Control 
$585.00; Dog Licenses from County $561.54; Income from Trust Funds-Library, 
$4,000.00; State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income from Trust 
Funds-Cemeteries: Woodside, $5,000.00; Beechwood, $600.00, Federal Revenue 
Sharing Funds received or to be received $74,000.00; the balance as follows: from 
Water Revenue $559,558.00; from Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; and taxation the 
sum of $7,130,311.46. 

All as shown on "Appendix "A" " pages 5 through 17 in the warrant for the 1983 
annual town meeting. 



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AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 4. 

MOVED: That Article 4 be amended as follows: 

Account #2300 "Teaching" the figure $2,418,654.00 be deleted and the 

figure of $2,398,654.00 be inserted; 

Account #3510 "Athletics" the figure $69,785.00 be deleted and the 
figure of $63,785.00 be inserted; 

Account #5000 "Unemployment Insurance Benefits" the figure 
$15,000.00 be deleted and the figure $11,000.00 be inserted; 

Page 13 "Total Operating Budget" the figure $3,873,159.00 be deleted 
and the figure $3,843,159.00 be inserted; 

Page 13 "Total Schools" the figure $3,805,211.00 be deleted and the 
figure $3,858,209.00 be inserted; and 

Page 17 "Grand Total Budgets" the figure $7,829,953.00 be deleted 
and the figure $7,882,951.00 be inserted; 

And to delete the Advisory Committee recommended figure of 
$3,790,161.00 

So that the motion under Article 4 be amended to read "that the sum of 
$7,882,951.00 is appropriated, the sum of $58,810.00 for salaries of elected Town 
Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $6,199.00; Clerk, Board of Registrars, $329.00; 
Highway Surveyor, $20,659.00; Moderator, $125.00; Treasurer-Collector, 
$22,698.00; Selectmen, $5,100.00; Assessors, $3,700.00, for the ensuing fiscal 
year and that $7,824,141.00 for Personal Services, expenses, Capital Outlays, In- 
terest, Maturing Debt and other charges for the various departments for the ensuing 
fiscal year said being recommended for all purposes, itemized per accounts 
numbered 1-00 through 49-00 inclusive, copy attached hereto and to meet said ap- 
propriation the following transfers are authorized from: Income from Trust Funds- 
Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,300.00; Wadleigh Park, $300.00; Robert Charles Bill- 
ings and Billings-Pratt, $150.00; State Aid Water Pollution Control, $585.00; Dog 
Licenses from County, $561.54; Income from Trust Funds-Library, $4,000.00; State 
Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income from Trust Funds-Cemeteries: Woodside, 
$5,000.00; Beechwood, $600.00; Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received or to be 
received $74,000.00; the sum of $102,998.00 from Surplus Revenue and the 
balance as follows: from Water Revenue, $559,558.00 and taxation the sum of 
$7,130,311.46. 

All as shown on Appendix "A" pages 5 through 17 of the Warrant for the 1983 
Annual Town Meeting. 

After a lengthy discussion on the matter the following motion was made. 

MOVED THE PREVIOUS QUESTION. 

A two thirds majority is required on this motion so the Moderator ordered a hand 
vote. 
Motion carried. Yes, 293; No, 89. 

The Moderator called for a secret ballot as requested by the Advisory Board. This 
was appealed by at least seven voters. A yes and no voice vote was in doubt and a 
hand vote was taken. 
Secret ballot carried, Yes, 204; No, 179. 

Secret Ballot vote on School Committee Amendment voted in favor. Yes, 205; No, 
189. 

Article 4 main motion as amended voted by a voice vote. 

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RESOLUTION BY ROCCO LAUGELLE 

Be it resolved that: 

WHEREAS, the distinguished Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. 
Ainslie, Jr., has not sought re-election after unselfishly and diligently serving the 
Board of Selectmen for 12 years, the last two as Chairman, 

AND WHEREAS he has devoted 24 years of service to the Town, serving 4 years 
on the Water Commission, 6 years on the Advisory Committee, and 2 years on the 
Town Land and Water Supply Requirements Committee, 

AND WHEREAS he has donated his expertise in the field of engineering by giving 
advice and completing design work for the Town free of charge, 

AND WHEREAS he has demonstrated sincere and continuing concern for the 
Town while serving the County of Norfolk and its Assistant Director of Operations, 

NOW, therefore, be it the expression of this Meeting here assembled to proclaim the 
Town's sincere gratitude for his dedicated service with a wish to Henry and his wife 
Winifred, for continued good health and a long and peaceful retirement. 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE E. MC ARTHUR 

WHEREAS, Jean B. Cotton has served her Town faithfully and with distinction as 
a member of the Advisory Committee from 1977 to 1983, and as its Chairman from 
1979 to 1983, and 

WHEREAS, during these years of service has given unselfishly of her time and ef- 
fort to the Town and, 

WHEREAS, she has exerted leadership and wisdom in the government of the 
Town of Cohasset, 

BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Town of Cohasset hereby place this resolu- 
tion in the records of this 1983 Annual Town Meeting as an expression of their ap- 
preciation for her outstanding dedication and valuable service to the Town. 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 5. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Personnel 
Committee, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chairman, and others.) To hear and act upon the 
Report, and recommendations of the Personnel Committee, and to see if the Town 
will vote to amend its Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule by adopting or 
amending as heretofore adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum of money 
necessary to pay the increases in compensation according to any amendments to the 
Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 



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SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES— FISCAL 1984 
SCHEDULE NO. 1 HOURLY 

Pay Group Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Max. Rate 

51 4.80 4.95 5.13 5.25 

52 4.95 5.13 5.25 5.60 

53 5.13 5.25 5.60 5.94 

54 5.25 5.60 5.94 6.24 

55 5.60 5.94 6.24 6.53 

56 5.94 6.24 6.53 6.88 

57 6.24 6.53 6.88 7.24 



58 14,748 15,298 15,800 16,329 

59 15,718 16,177 16,634 17,094 

510 16,618 17,122 17,629 18,129 

511 17,319 17,853 18,389 18,925 

512 18,405 18,982 19,563 20,145 

513 18,925 19,533 20,143 20,800 

514 20,055 20,879 21,708 22,524 

515 20,769 21,586 22,415 23,238 

516 24,008 24,943 25,912 26,922 
817 25,288 26,274 27,297 28,359 
S18 26,499 27,666 28,743 29,864 
819 27,825 28,938 30,096 31,300 

Executive Secretary to Board of Selectmen 
Per Contract 

January 17, 1983 thru June 30, 1983 21,000.00 

Fiscal 1984 22,260.00 

SCHEDULE NO. 2 (Informational Only) ANNUAL 



4.95 


5.13 


5.13 


5.25 


5.25 


5.60 


5.60 


5.94 


5.94 


6.24 


6.24 


6.53 


6.53 


6.88 


ANNUAL 




15,298 


15,800 


16,177 


16,634 


17,122 


17,629 


17,853 


18,389 


18,982 


19,563 


19,533 


20,143 


20,879 


21,708 


21,586 


22,415 


24,943 


25,912 


26,274 


27,297 


27,666 


28,743 


28,938 


30,096 





Police Department - 


- (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 


P8-9 


17,399 


17,808 18,217 18,827 


P8-11 


— 


— — 20,898 


P8-12 


— 


— , — 23,197 



Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 61/2%. 
Prosecutor and Detective each earn an additional $500.00 per year. 

Police Chief per Contract 

1st year 29,000.00 

2nd year 30,740.00 

3rd year 32,584.00 



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SCHEDULE NO. 3 (Informational Only) ANNUAL 



Fire Department — (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



Pay Group Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


FS-9 16,778 


17,195 


17,630 


FS-11 19,453 


19,938 


20,417 


Fire Chief per Contract January 1, 1983 




1st year 




28,000.00 


2nd year 




29,680.00 


3rd year 




31,460.00 


SCHEDULE NO. 4 


HOURLY 




Wl 5.54 


5.70 


5.93 


W2 5.88 


6.05 


6.24 


W3 6.14 


6.33 


6.55 


W4 6.43 


6.58 


6.77 


W5 6.74 


6.90 


7.12 


W6 6.91 


7.14 


7.30 


W7 7.07 


7.25 


7.35 


W8 7.12 


7.29 


7.44 


W9 7.34 


7.56 


7.67 


WIO 7.66 


7.80 


7.99 


Wll 7.98 


8.20 


8.43 


W12 8.37 


8.63 


8.84 


SCHEDULE NO. 5 (Part-time Positions) ANNUAL 


Veteran's Agent 






Member, Board of Registrars 






Sealer of Weights and Measures 






Director of Civil Defense 






Shellfish Constable 






Dog Officer 







Max. Rate 

18,024 
20,903 



6.07 
6.43 
6.74 
6.99 

7.29 
7.55 
7.64 
7.70 
7.93 
8.17 
8.66 
9.07 



1,600 
326 
500 
200 
100 

2,000 



HOURLY 

North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 

Assistant Harbor Master 

Night Patrol— Harbor 

Casual Labor 

Election Officers 

Election Clerk 

Election Warden 

Intermittent Firefighter 

Intermittent Patrolman 

Matron— Police 

Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Apeals, 

Conservation Commission (Schedule No. 1, S-5) 
Library Pages 



4.25 
4.25 
4.25 
4.25 
3.22 
3.48 
3.79 
5.33 
5.33 
5.33 

5.60 
3.00 



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SCHEDULE NO. 5 (Part-time Positions) OTHER 



Grave Opening and Closing 
Constable— per notice 








45.00 
15.00 


LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 
Pay 

Department Group 

Board of Selectmen 
Executive Secretary Contract 
Administrative Secretary S7 
Clerk S3 


Positions 
Authorized 


Sched 

1 
1 


Hours 

35 
35 


Town Accountant 
Assistant Accountant and Clerk 
Clerk-Bookkeeper 


S19 
S6 

S5 




1 
1 
1 


35 
35 


Treasurer-Collector 
Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 


S6 
S6 
S4 




1 
1 

1 


35 
35 
10 


Board of Assessors 
Clerk 
Clerk Typist 


S6 

S3 




1 

1 


35 
20 


Town Clerk 
Assistant Town Clerk 


S6 




1 


35 


Town Hall Custodian 


W3 




4 


40 


Police Department 
Police Chief 
Lieutenant 
Sergeant 
Patrolman 
Clerk/Dispatcher 


Contract 

PS12 

PSll 

PS9 

S4 


14 


2 

2 
2 

1 


371/2 
37/2 
37/2 


Fire Department 
Fire Chief 
Captain 
Private 


Contract 

FSll 

FS9 


1 
4 
20 


3 
3 


42 
42 


Wire Department 
Superintendent 
Engineer 
Lineman 
Lineman Apprentice 


S14 
W12 
W5 
W4 


1 
1 


1 
4 
4 
4 


40 



Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 



S12 



40 



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Tree and Park Department 




Superintendent— Working 


S13 


Skilled Laborer 


W7 


Tree Climber 


W7 


Laborer 


W4 


Laborer-Cemetery 


W2 


Board of Health 




Health Agent 


S14 


Clerk 


S3 


Clerk-Typist 


S2 


Landfill: 




Supervisor 


W9 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


W8 


Recycling Monitor 


Wl 


Sewer Department 




Chief Operator 


S15 


Operator II 


W8 


Operator I 


W5 


Operator-Trainee 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 


Clerk 


S3 


Clerk-Typist 


S2 


Highway Department 




Working Foreman 


WIO 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


W8 


Skilled Laborer 


W5 


Laborer — Truck Driver 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 



Harbor Department 
Harbor Master 

Library 
Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks (3) 
Custodian 
Pages 

Recreation Department 
Recreation Director 

Water Department 
Superintendent 
Plant Supervisor 



Sll 



S16 

SB 

S8 

S7 

S2 

W3 



S13 



S17 
S14 



1 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


1 




1 


17»/2 


1 


6 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


19>/2 


1 




4 




4 


40 


4 




4 




1 


17 Vi 


1 


6 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 



35 

20,23 

22 

24,27,28 

17 



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Systems Supervisor 

Clerk 

Equipment Operator 

Operator-Lab Director 

Plant Operators 

Utility Man 

Meter Reader 



SCHEDULE I 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 

FOLIO Various Departments — Personal Services 



S14 




1 




S6 


1 


1 


35 


W9 


1 


4 


40 


W9 


1 


4 


40 


W8 


2 


4 


40 


W5 


2 


4 


40 


Wl 


1 


4 


40 



2-00 


Selectmen's Office 


3-00 


Accountant's Office 


4-00 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 


6-00 


Assessor's Office 


9-00 


Town Clerk's Office 


11-00 


Town Hall 


15-00 


Wire Dept. 


17-00 


Building Inspector 


18-00 


Tree and Park Dept. 


20-00 


Board of Health- 


23-00 


Landfill 


23-03 


Landfill — Recycling 


24-00 


Sewer Dept. 


25-00 


Highway Dept. 


29-00 


Harbor Dept. 


34-00 


Library Dept. 


36-00 


Recreation Dept. 


46-00 


Water Dept. 


47-00 


Cemeteries 



$ 1,302.00 
4,514.00 
2,132.00 
1,088.00 

750.00 

794.00 
2,431.00 
1,096.00 
3,907.00 
2,743.00 
1,900.00 

238.00 
2,609.00 
4,166.00 
1,071.00 
6,013.00 
1,177.00 
10,078.00 

704.00 



$48,713.00 



6<^o salary increases to non-union employees and certain classification changes. 
Recommended — Follows Budgetary guidelines. 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee with 
respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be and hereby is 
amended by adopting, inserting and substituting the following schedule for the 
schedule heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $10,078.00 be appropriated from 
Water Department revenue and the balance of $38,635.00 is raised and ap- 
propriated by taxation to pay increases set forth in the amended schedule for the en- 
suing fiscal period and these amounts are to be credited to the personal services and 
expenses appropriation accounts affected in accordance with the attached schedule. 

Article 5 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainsiie, Jr., Chairman, 
and others.) To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Selectmen 



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with respect to salaries of the Elected Town Officials and to see if the Town will vote to 
accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting or amending and adopt- 
ing the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and appropriate a sum 
of money necessary to pay for the increase in the salaries of the Treasurer-Collector 
and the Highway Surveyor for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 



SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 

(For information only — not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 
Job Title Fiscal 1984 

Town Clerk 6,199.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 21 ,899.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer-Collector 24,060.00 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,100.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

FOLIO ELECTED OFFICIALS— PERSONAL SERVICES 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector Salary 1 ,362.00 

25-00 Highway Surveyor 1,240.00 

2,602.00 



MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town Elected Officials be 
and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule heretofore adjusted 
and that the sum of $2,602.00 be and hereby is raised and appropriated by taxation 
to pay for increases of salaries of Treasurer-Collector, Highway Surveyor and Chair- 
man of the Board of Selectmen as set forth in the substituted schedule for the ensuing 
fiscal period, and this amount is to be credited to the salary appropriation accounts af- 
fected in accordance with the attached schedule. 

Article 6 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 
RESOLUTION BY HENRY AINSLIE, JR., CHAIRMAN, BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

WHEREAS, J. Blake Thaxter, Jr. has served the Town of Cohasset continuously 
for the past nineteen years as Town Counsel, and is now retiring from that position. 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of the distinguished serv- 



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ice rendered in their behalf by J. Blake Thaxter as Town Counsel of Cohasset 
throughout the period from 1963 to 1982, a service marked by conscientious effort 
and proficiency, sound legal steps and common sense in protecting the interests of 
the Town, a calm and human approach in dealing with many a problem, and a friendly 
atmosphere contributing to harmonious proceedings; and they further express the 
hope that with the continuing esteem of his fellow-citizens he may live long and 
prosper. 

Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED. To advance Article 36 and act on it at this time. 
Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

MOVED. That Articles 36 and 35 be acted upon as the first order of business on 

Monday night. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 7. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Hundred Thousand and No/100 ($100,000.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of a Reserve Fund; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thousand and no/100 
($100,000.00) Dollars for the purpose of a Reserve Fund, and to meet said ap- 
propriation the sum of Thirty-seven Thousand Three Hundred Seven and 69/100 
($37,307.69) Dollars is transferred from "Surplus Revenue" and the sum of Sixty- 
two Thousand Six Hundred Ninety-two and 31/100 ($62,692.31) Dollars is 
transfered from "Reserves for Abatement and Exemptions Surplus." 

Article 7 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in Sec- 
tion 29 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended, 
by Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of 
tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores 
along a public beach including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with 
Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the 
Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 29 of 
Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended, by 
Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of 
tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores 
along a public beach including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with 
Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the 
Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 

Article 8 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 9. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval 
of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of 
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1983, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period of less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 17; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of the 
fiscal year beginning July 1, 1983, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period of less than one year in accordance with Section 17 of Chapter 44. 

Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W, Ainslie, Jr.. Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thou- 
sand One Hundred Ninety-one and No/100 ($2,191.00) Dollars for the purpose of 
maintaining during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and im- 
provements of low lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State 
Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 
1931; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Two Thousand 
One Hundred Ninety-two and no/100 ($2,191.00) Dollars for the purpose of main- 
taining during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements 
of low lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in 
accordance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1931. 

Article 10 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of Twenty Thousand and No/100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for 
the repair or replacement of the roof on the kitchen section of the Deer Hill School; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty Thou- 
sand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the repair or replacement of the roof on 
the kitchen section of the Deer Hill School. 

Article 11 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

At 5:30 P.M. it was voted unanimously by a voice vote to adjourn this meeting to Mon- 
day, April 4, 1983, at 7:30 P.M. in the High School Auditorium. 

MONDAY, APRIL 4, 1983 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen reported to work at 7:00 P.M. 
The Meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 7:55 P.M. There were 399 
voters present. 

Article 12. (Inserted by the Water Commissioners, Robert Jackson, Chairman, 

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and others.) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or borrow a sum of money 
to rehabilitate the water distribution system along Margin Street and Atlantic Avenue 
from Elm Street to Nichols Road, such project to be done in conjunction with funds 
allotted or to be allotted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts pursuant to Chapter 
805 of the Acts of 1979, as amended, and to see if the Town will appropriate from 
water revenue a sum of money to pay for interest incurred with regard to authorized 
loans; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Two Hundred Twenty-one 
Thousand and no/100 ($221,000.00) Dollars as its share of funds to rehabilitate the 
water distribution system along Margin Street and Atlantic Avenue from Elm Street to 
Cunningham Bridge, such project to be done in conjunction with funds allotted or to 
be allotted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts pursuant to Chapter 805 of the 
Acts of 1979, as amended, and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer, with the ap- 
proval of the Board of Selectmen, be and it hereby is authorized to issue bonds and 
notes pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 44, Section 8; and further 
that the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars be appropriated 
from water revenue for payment of interest on authorized loans. 

Article 12 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate funds received or to be 
received pursuant to Chapter 805 of the Acts of 1979, as amended, to be used for 
partial payment of an engineering contract relating to the detection of leaks in the 
town's water system; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 13 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ac- 
cept or enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted 
by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, 
reconstruction and improvement of Town roads; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept or enter into a 
contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, reconstruc- 
tion and improvement of Town roads. 

Article 14 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 15. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Harold W. 
Litchfield, Highway Surveyor.) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum 
of Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous 
concrete certain streets in the Town, including any other work relating thereto, and to 
meet the appropriation the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, 
be authorized to borrow Twenty-three Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-two and 
no/100 ($23,472.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 6A, which sum represents State funds allotted in accordance with 
Chapter 191 of the Acts of 1982; to see if the Town will authorize the transfer of Five 
Thousand Two Hundred Seventy-three and no/100 ($5,273.00) Dollars received in 
accordance with Chapter 335 of the Acts of 1982, and the balance of Twenty-one 
Thousand Two Hundred Fifty-five and no/100 ($21,255.00) Dollars to be raised by 
taxation; or act on anything relating thereto. 

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MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thousand and 
no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain 
streets in the Town, including any other work relating thereto, and to meet the ap- 
propriation the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be authorized 
to borrow Twenty-three Thousand Four Hundred Seventy-two and no/100 
($23,472.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, 
Section 6A, which sum represents State funds allotted in accordance with Chapter 
191 of the Acts of 1982; and that the Town authorize the transfer of Five Thousand 
Two Hundred Seventy-three and no/100 ($5,273.00) Dollars received in accordance 
with Chapter 335 of the Acts of 1982, and the balance of Twenty-one Thousand Two 
Hundred Fifty-five and no/100 ($21,255.00) Dollars to be raised by taxation. 

Article 15 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Thirty-eight Thousand and no/100 ($38,000.00) Dollars 
to purchase a new truck with a dump body and a mounted unit for cleaning catch 
basins and authorize the "trade in" of the 1969 Ford F800 with catch basin cleaner 
and dump body; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of Thirty-eight Thousand and 
no/100 ($38,000.00) Dollars to purchase a new truck with a dump body and a 
mounted unit for cleaning catch basins and authorize the "trade in" of the 1969 Ford 
F800 with catch basin cleaner and dump body; and to meet the appropriation the sum 
of Twelve Thousand Six Hundred Ninety-two and no/100 )$12,692.00) Dollars be 
and hereby is transferred from Surplus Revenue and the balance of Twenty-five 
Thousand Three Hundred Eight and no/100 ($25,308.00) Dollars by taxation. 

Article 16 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of Twenty-four Thousand and no/100 ($24,000.00) Dollars 
to purchase a stake body truck for the Tree and Park Department, and authorize the 
"trade in" of a 1968 Stake body truck F500; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty-four 
Thousand and no/100 ($24,000.00) Dollars to purchase a stake body truck for the 
Tree and Park Department, and authorize the "trade in" of a 1968 stake body truck 
F500. 

Article 17 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from the "Sale of 
Cemetery Lots Fund— Woodside," the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and 
no/100 ($2,500.00) Dollars to replace the underground watering system and to ex- 
tend the system where necessary; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate from the "Sale of Cemetery Lots Fund— Wood- 
side," the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($2,500.00) Dollars to 
replace the underground watering system and to extend the system where necessary. 

Article 18 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, the sum of Two 

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Thousand One Hundred and No/100 ($2,100.00) Dollars to be used for its propor- 
tionate cost of the control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for the 
ensuing fiscal year, as advised by the State Reclamation Board as provided by 
Chapter 557 of the Acts of 1955, as amended; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Two Thousand 
One Hundred and no/ 100 ($2,100.00) Dollars to be used for its proportion of the 
cost for the control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for fiscal 1984, 
as advised by the State Reclamation Board as provided by Chapter 557 of the Acts of 
1955, as amended. 

Article 19 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 20. (Inserted by the Personnel Committee, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 



By adding to Section 5 a new Subsection (1) which shall provide 
"(1) Longevity Payments. 

(i) All permanent full time employees shall receive annual longevity payments 
according to the Schedule set forth below: 

Length of Service Amount 

10 to 15 years $150.00 

15 to 20 years $200.00 

Over 20 years $250.00 

(li) Longevity payments shall be made each year during the last regular wage 
payment date in the month of July to employees in the employ of the Town as of the 
then current July 1 based on length of service prior to such July 1"; 

By adding to Section 5 a new Subsection (c) which shall provide: 

**(c) Each regular full time employee shall receive one day off each calendar year for 
personal reasons. Except in case of an emergency, an employee shall obtain his or her 
supervisor's approval at least twenty- four (24) hours before taking the personal day. 
Personal days shall not accumulate from year to year and a personal day shall be 
deducted from accumulated sick leave": 



or act on anything relating thereto. 



SCHEDULE 3 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 20 

FOLIO VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS— PERSONAL SERVICES 

2-00 Selectmen' s Office $ 1 50.00 

3-00 Accountant's Office 400.00 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector's Office 200.00 

6-00 Assessor's Office 250.00 

9-00 Town Clerk' s Office 1 50.00 

11-00 Town Hall 

15-00 Wire Department 200.00 

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17-00 Building Inspector 

18-00 Tree and Park Department 

20-00 Board of Health 

23-00 Landfill 250.00 

23-03 Landfill— Recycling 

24-00 Sewer Department 150.00 

25-00 Highway Department 150.00 

29-00 Harbor Department 150.00 

34-00 Library Department 300.00 

36-00 Recreation Department 

46-00 Water Department 900.00 

47-00 Cemeteries 

$3,250.00 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 

By adding to Section 5 a new Subsection (1) which shall provide 
"(1) Longevity Payments. 

(i) All permanent full time employees shall receive annual longevity payments 
according to the Schedule set forth below: 

Length of Service Amount 

10 to 15 years $150.00 

1 5 to 20 years $200.00 

Over 20 years $250.00 

(ii) Longevity payments shall be made each year during the last regular wage 
payment date in the month of July to employees in the employ of the Town as of the 
then current July 1 based on length of service prior to such July 1"; 

By adding to Section 5 a new Subsection (c) which shall provide: 

**(c) Each regular full time employee shall receive one day off each calendar year for 
personal reasons. Except in case of an emergency, an employee shall obtain his or her 
supervisor's approval at least twenty-four (24) hours before taking the personal day. 
Personal days shall not accumulate from year to year and a personal day shall be 
deducted from accumulated sick leave"; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 



SCHEDULE 3 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 20 

FOLIO VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS— PERSONAL SERVICES 

2-00 Selectmen's Office $150.00 

3-00 Accountant's Office 400.00 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector's Office 200.00 

6-00 Assessor's Office 250.00 

9-00 Town Clerk's Office 150.00 

11-00 Town Hall 

15-00 Wire Department 200.00 

17-00 Building Inspector 

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18-00 


Tree and Park Department 


20-00 


Board of Health 


23-00 


Landfill 


23-03 


Landfill— Recycling 


24-00 


Sewer Department 


25-00 


Highway Department 


29-00 


Harbor Department 


34-00 


Library Department 


36-00 


Recreation Department 


46-00 


Water Department 


47-00 


Cemeteries 



250.00 

150.00 
150.00 
150.00 
300.00 

900.00 



$3,250.00 

and the sum of Nine Hundred and no/100 ($900.00) Dollars be and hereby is ap- 
propriated from water revenue, and the sum of Two Thousand Three Hundred Fifty 
and no/100 ($2,350.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation to pay 
longevity payments for the ensuing fiscal year, and these amounts are to be credited 
to Personal Services Appropriation Account in accordance with the schedule on Page 
31 of the Warrant for the 1983 Annul Town Meeting. 

Article 20 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 21. (Inserted by the Personnel Committee, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 

By striking Subsection (j) of Article 5 and substituting in its place the following Subsec- 
tion (j): 

"(j) Grievance Procedure. 

(i) A "grievance" is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or 
supervisory authority arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative 
discretion. 

(ii) Step 1. An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance 
with the department head and/or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the 
grievance; 

(iii) Step 2. If one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding 
and solution of the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or 
the employee may refer the grievance to the Board of Selectmen. The Board of Select- 
men or its designee shall hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten 
working days of such hearing; 

(iv) Step 3. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Select- 
men, or its designee, such decision may be appealed in writing to the Personnel Com- 
mittee who shall conduct a hearing with respect thereto and render a written decision 
within ten days of such hearing. The decision of the Personnel Committee with respect 
to the grievance shall be binding on both parties."; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

ARTICLE 21 
MOVED. That the Town amend Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 

By striking Subsection (j) of Article 5 and substituting in its place the following Subsec- 
tion (j): 

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"(j) Grievance Procedure. 

(i) A "grievance" is a dispute between an employee and his appointing or 
supervisory authority arising out of an exercise of management rights or administrative 
discretion. 

(ii) Step 1. An employee who has a grievance should discuss the grievance 
with the department head and/or supervisory authority in a mutual effort to resolve the 
grievance; 

(iii) Step 2. If one week after such conference, a satisfactory understanding 
and solution of the grievance has not been reached, then either the department head or 
the employee may refer the grievance to the Board of Selectmen. The Board of Select- 
men or its designee shall hold a hearing thereon and render a written decision within ten 
working days of such hearing; 

(iv) Step J. If any party is aggrieved by the decision of the Board of Select- 
men, or its designee, such decision may be appealed in writing to the Personnel Com- 
mittee who ^hali conduct a hearing with respect thereto and render a written decision 
within ten days of such hearing. The decision of the Personnel Committee with respect 
to the grievance shall be binding on both parties."; 

Article 21 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 22. (Inserted by the School Committee, Diana D. Kornet, Chairwoman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will vote to accept the establishment of a School 
Department Fund under the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 71, 
Section 7 IF, permitting the School Committee to extend, without further appropria- 
tion, funds received for the education of non-resident students and for such students 
who are foster care children; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 22 voted unanimously by a voice vote that this article be indefinitely postponed 
by vote of the School Committee. 

Article 23. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Harbor 
Committee, Charles G. Fink, Chairman, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to 
amend Article IX of the General By-Laws by striking therefrom Subsection (a) of Sec- 
tion 2 and substituting in its place and stead the following Subsections (a) (i), (a) (ii) 
and (a)(iii): 

(a) (i) No person shall moor any boat within the limits of Cohasset Harbor without 
first obtaining a permit from the Harbor Master. A permit must be obtained 
for each calendar year at a fee set annually by the Board of Selectmen. The ap- 
plication for such permit shall be made to the Harbor Master on a form 
prescribed by the Board of Selectmen. The application shall state the name 
and address of the owner, the size and type of boat to be moored, the size and 
type of mooring, and, if the mooring is already in the water, the location 
thereof, with sufficient details to enable the Harbor Master to locate it. 

(ii) On and after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor will be re- 
quired to display an annual decal on the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate 
that the mooring fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be 
on the mooring. 

(iii) On and after July 1, 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each calen- 
dar year or the Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle from the con- 
fines of Cohasset Harbor of each individual for whom or entity for which no 



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mooring fee has been paid and such removal shall be at the owner's expense."; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article IX of the General By-Laws by striking 

therefrom Subsection (a) of Section 2 and substituting in its place and stead the 

following Subsections (a) (i), (a) (ii) and (a) (iii): 

(a) (i) No person shall moor any boat within the limits of Cohasset Harbor without 
first obtaining a permit from the Harbor Master. A permit must be obtained 
for each calendar year at a fee set annually by the Board of Selectmen. The ap- 
plication for such permit shall be made to the Harbor Master on a form 
prescribed by the Board of Selectmen. The application shall state the name 
and address of the owner, the size and type of boat to be moored, the size and 
type of mooring, and, if the mooring is already in the water, the location 
thereof, with sufficient details to enable the Harbor Master to locate it. 

(ii) On and after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor will be re- 
quired to display an annual decal on the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate 
that the mooring fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be 
on the mooring. 

(iii) On and after July 1, 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each calen- 
dar year or the Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle from the con- 
fines of Cohasset Harbor of each individual for whom or entity for which no 
mooring fee has been paid and such removal shall be at the owner's expense."; 

Article 24. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Harbor 
Committee, Charles G. Fink Chairman, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to 
amend Article IX of the General By-Laws by striking therefrom Subsection (f) of Sec- 
tion 2 and substituting in its place and stead the following Subparagraphs (f) (i) and (f) 
(ii): 

*'(f) (i) No boat shall be made fast to a Town Landing or Pier for more than thirty 
minutes except by permission of the Harbor Master, which permission shall be 
granted only in case of emergency. Any individual or entity violating the pro- 
visions of this paragraph shall be liable for a fine of $10 for a first offense, $25 
for a second offense and $50 for a third and each subsequent offense, 
(ii) Boats anchored or moored in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to 
navigation or property may be moved at the owner's expense. As far as prac- 
tical, the Harbor Master shall require all commercial boats to be moored in a 
common area."; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the Town amend Article IX of the General By-Laws by striking 
therefrom Subsection (f) of Section 2 and substituting in its place and stead the follow- 
ing Subparagraphs (f) (i) and (f) (ii): 

••(0 (i) No boat shall be made fast to a Town Landing or Pier for more than thirty 
minutes except by permission of the Harbor Master, which permission shall be 
granted only in case of emergency. Any individual or entity violating the pro- 
visions of this paragraph shall be liable for a fine of $10 for a first offense, $25 
for a second offense and $50 for a third and each subsequent offense, 
(ii) Boats anchored or moored in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to 
navigation or property may be moved at the owner's expense. As far as prac- 
tical, the Harbor Master shall require all commercial boats to be moored in a 
common area."; 
Aritlce 24 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 25. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man— Citizens Petition.) To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Select- 
men to sell, after securing bids, the North Cohasset Fire Station Building and land on 
which it is situated retaining a twenty-five (25') foot easement to Straits Pond; the 
Board of Selectmen shall have the authority to impose upon the terms of the sale and 
on the said property such restrictions, reservations or conditions as they deem ap- 
propriate. They may execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name and under the 
seal of the Town deeds or other instruments therefor and to see what sum of money 
the Town will raise and appropriate to implement the foregoing; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

Arthur L. Clark, 175 Hull Street 
James E. McGinnis, 15 Windy Hill Road 
Eunice E. Clark, 175 Hull Street 
David H. Wadsworth, 14 Summer Street 
Mabel E. Smith, 796 Jerusalem Road 
Robert B. Smith, 796 Jerusalem Road 
Pasquale J. Calorio, 171 Hull Street 
Helen M. Colario, 171 Hull Street 
Maria A. Plante, 798 Jerusalem Road 
Robert S. Pape, 207 Sohier Street 

MOVED. That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to sell, after securing bids, 
the North Cohasset Fire Station Building and land on which it is situated retaining a 
twenty-five (25') foot easement to Straits Pond; the Board of Selectmen shall have the 
authority to impose upon the terms of the sale and on the said property such restric- 
tions, reservations or conditions as they deem appropriate. They may execute, 
acknowledge and deliver, in the name and under the seal of the Town deeds or other 
instruments therefor and to raise and appropriate the sum of Six Hundred Dollars 
($600.00) to implement the foregoing. 

MOVED. That this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 25 voted unanimously by a voice vote that this article be postponed. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Seven Thousand and No/100 ($7,000.00) Dollars to 
demolish the North Cohasset Fire Station Building and to fill and level where 
necessary; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 26 voted by a voice vote that this article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 27. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man— Citizens Petition.) To amend Article IV, Section 4, Police Chief of the Town By- 
Laws and insert the following: 

Delete paragraph (c) and insert the following: 

(c) To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 97 A of Chapter 41 
of the General Laws (Ter. Ed.) as inserted by Chapter 595 of the Acts of 1948 which 
provide generally for the establishment of a Police Department to be under the super- 
vision of a Chief of Police, who shall be in immediate control of property used by said 
Department and of the police officers whom he shall assign to their respective duties 
and who shall obey his orders; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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Charles E. Stockbridge, 4 Forest Notch 

John James Rhodes, 20 Short Street 

Richard P. Barrow, 283 King Street 

Robert Jackson, 9 Ash Street 

Richard B. Abbadessa, 36 Old Coach Road 

Paul Laugelle, 96 Pleasant Street 

John H. Small, 59 Cushing Road 

Clifton Jones, 630 Chief Justice Cushing Way 

Carmelo Conte, 26 Norfolk Road 

Brian W. Noonan, 26 Ash Street 

MOVED. That Article IV, Section 4. Police Chief of the Town By-Laws be amended 
and insert the following: 

Delete paragraph (c) and insert the following: 

(c) To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Section 97A of Chapter 41 
of the General Laws (Ter. Ed.) as inserted by Chapter 595 of the Acts of 1948 which 
provide generally for the establishment of a Police Department to be under the super- 
vision of a Chief of Police, who shall be in immediate control of property used by said 
Department and of the police officers whom he shall assign to their respective duties 
and who shall obey his orders. 

Article 27 defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 28. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen to 
petition the General Court of Massachusetts to enact the following, or act on anything 
relating thereto: 

"An act providing that the Office of Chief of the Police Department of the Town of 
Cohasset shall be subject to the Civil Service Law and Rules. 

Section 1: 

Chapter 257 of the Acts of 1978 is hereby repealed. 

Section 2: 

The office of Chief of the Police Department of the Town of Cohasset shall be sub- 
ject to Chapter thirty-one of the General Laws. 

Section 3: 

Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the incumbent of 
such office on the effective date of this act may continue to serve in such office, until 
the earlier of his resignation, retirement or removal by the appointing authority of 
such town, but the provisions of Chapter thirty-one shall not otherwise be applicable 
to such incumbent. 

Section 4: 

This act shall take effect upon its passage." 

MOVED. That the Town instruct the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court 
of Massachusetts to enact the following: 

"An act providing that the Office of Chief of the Police Department of the Town of 
Cohasset shall be subject to the Civil Service Law and Rules. 

Section 1: 

Chapter 257 of the Acts of 1978 is hereby repealed. 



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Section 2: 

The office of Chief of the Police Department of the Town of Cohasset shall be sub- 
ject to Chapter thirty-one of the General Laws. 

Section 3: 

Notwithstanding any general or special law to the contrary, the incumbent of 
such office on the effective date of this act may continue to serve in such office, until 
the earlier of his resignation, retirement or removal by the appointing authority of 
such town, but the provisions of Chapter thirty-one shall not otherwise be applicable 
to such incumbent. 

Section 4: 

This act shall take effect upon its passage." 

Article 28 defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 29. (Inserted by the Planning Board, Barbara M. Power, Chairwoman, 
and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Laws to permit wind 
energy conversion system (hereinafter referred to as "WECS") under certain condi- 
tions as follows: 

By striking the definition of "structure" appearing in the definition section and 
substituting in its place and stead the following definition: 

"Structure 

A combination of materials combined at a fixed location to give support or shelter, in- 
cluding without limitation, a bin, bridge, building, dock, fence, framework, flagpole, 
platform, retaining wall, reviewing stand, sign, stadium, swimming pool, tank, tennis 
court, tent, tower, trestle, tunnel and wind energy conversion system." 

By adding to the definition section following the definition of "watershed" and prior to 
the definition "yard" the following definition: 

"Wind Energy Conversion System. (WECS) A device which converts wind energy to 
mechanical or electrical energy." 

By adding to the Table of Area Regulations under the caption "Residential" following: 

Residential Non-Residential 

Wind Energy Conversion R-A, R-B, R-C DB, WB, HB, LI 

System SP SP SP SP SP SP SP; 

By adding to Section 5.4, Table of Area Regulations, a new Section 5.4.7 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"5.4.7 Notwithstanding the provisions with respect to setback for side yard and rear 
yard and for height, the minimum setback distance for all WECS from any 
abutters property line shall be at least equal to the maximum height of the 
machine from grade plus twenty feet; provided, however, that in no event shall 
a WECS be more than one hundred feet in height from grade. Setbacks will be 
measured to the center of the structure base. 

By adding to section 12.4.1, Subparagraph 10 which shall provide as follows: 
"10. In addition to all other conditions for a Special Permit, to the extent ap- 
plicable, a Wind Energy Conversion System shall also comply with the follow- 
ing conditions: 
(i) Access — Climbing access to the WECS shall be limited by (1) the in- 
stallation of a fence with locked gate around the WECS; and (2) by 



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limiting WECS climbing apparatus to no lower than 20 feet from the 
ground. In addition to complying with all other provisions of this By- 
Law with respect to fences, the fence shall be no lower than six feet and 
constructed in such a manner as to restrict passage through the fence, 
including such construction as stockade, woven wood, or chain Hnk. 
(ii) Public Good— A Special Permit shall not be granted if its installation 
will cause excessive noise or interfere with local television and/or radio 
reception."; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Laws to permit wind 
energy conversion system (hereinafter referred to as "WECS") under certain condi- 
tions as follows: 

By striking the definition of "structure" appearing in the definition section and 
substituting in its place and stead the following definition: 

"Structure 

A combination of materials combined at a fixed location to give support or shelter, in- 
cluding without limitation, a bin, bridge, building, dock, fence, framework, flagpole, 
platform, retaining wall, reviewing stand, sign, stadium, swimming pool, tank, tennis 
court, tent, tower, trestle, tunnel and wind energy conversion system." 

By adding to the definition section following the definition of "watershed" and prior to 
the definition "yard" the following definition: 

"Wind Energy Conversion System. (WECS) A device which converts wind energy to 
mechanical or electrical energy." 

By adding to the Table of Area Regulations under the caption *' Residential" following: 

Residential Non-Residential 

Wind Energy Conversion R-A, R-B, R-C DB, WB, HB, LI 

System SP SP SP SP SP SP SP; 

By adding to Section 5.4, Table of Area Regulations, a new Section 5.4.7 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"5.4.7 Notwithstanding the provisions with respect to setback for side yard and rear 
yard and for height, the minimum setback distance for all WECS from any 
abutters property line shall be at least equal to the maximum height of the 
machine from grade plus twenty feet; provided, however, that in no event shall 
a WECS be more than one hundred feet in height from grade. Setbacks will be 
measured to the center of the structure base. 

By adding to section 12.4.1, Subparagraph 10 which shall provide as follows: 
"10. In addition to all other conditions for a Special Permit, to the extent ap- 
plicable, a Wind Energy Conversion System shall also comply with the follow- 
ing conditions: 
(i) /I cc^55— Climbing access to the WECS shall be limited by (1) the in- 
stallation of a fence with locked gate around the WECS; and (2) by 
limiting WECS climbing apparatus to no lower than 20 feet from the 
ground. In addition to complying with all other provisions of this By- 
Law with respect to fences, the fence shall be no lower than six feet and 
constructed in such a manner as to restrict passage through the fence, 
including such construction as stockade, woven wood, or chain link. 

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(ii) Public Good — A Special Permit shall not be granted if its installation 
will cause excessive noise or interfere with local television and/or radio 
reception."; 
At a meeting of the Planning Board held on April 2, 1983, the Board voted to recom- 
mend this article. 

Article 29 defeated by a hand vote, yes, 102 to No, 224. 

Article 30. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds, Five Thousand and No/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the design 
and construction of a ramp to provide access for handicapped individuals to Town 
Hall and authorize the Selectmen to contract with architects/engineers and general 
contractors for the design and construction of the ramp; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation Five Thousand and 
no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars for the design and construction of a ramp to provide ac- 
cess for handicapped individuals to Town Hall and authorize the Selectmen to con- 
tract with architects/engineers and general contractors for the design and construc- 
tion of the ramp. 

Article 30 defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 31. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Chapter 545 
of the Acts of 1982 to require certain buildings or additions thereto to have automatic 
sprinkler systems unless there is not adequate water pressure and sufficient water to 
activate the sprinkler system, or unless the discharge of water would be a danger in 
the event of fire; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town accept the provisions of Chapter 545 of the Acts of 1982 to 
require certain buildings or additions thereto to have automatic sprinkler systems 
unless there is not adequate water pressure and sufficient water to activate the 
sprinkler system, or unless the discharge of water would be a danger in the event of 
fire. 

Article 31 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V of the General By- 
Laws of the Town of Cohasset by adding a new Section 17 creating a Permanent By- 
Law Committee to provide as follows: 

'* Section 17 By-Law Committee. 

(a) The By-Law Committee shall consist of three (3) members, appointed for three 
(3) year terms, provided that one (1) of the initial appointees shall serve for one 
(1) year, another for two (2) years and the third for three (3) years. At least one 
member of the By-Law Committee shall be a member of the Massachusetts Bar. 

(b) Appointments shall be made by a Committee consisting of the Moderator, the 
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, and the Chairman of the Advisory Com- 
mittee. 

(c) The By-Law Committee shall review any Article proposed in the Warrant for any 
Annual Town Meeting or Special Town Meeting which involves a change in or an 
addition to the By-Laws of the Town of Cohasset. If the wording or indexing of 



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the proposed change or addition does not conform to the pattern or style of the 
present By-Laws, the Committee shall so advise the Selectmen; the Committee 
shall also recommend appropriate placement of the change or addition within the 
By-Laws, 
(d) When the Town in an Annual Town Meeting or Special Town Meeting has 
adopted a change in or addition to the By-Laws, the By-Law Committee shall in- 
sure the change or addition be typed and xeroxed in sufficient quantity and in- 
serted in its proper place in each copy of the By-Laws located in the Town Hall or 
any other pubhc office in the Town and in those copies in the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Public Library. The cost of the typing and xeroxing shall be borne by 
the Town"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article V of the General By-Laws of the Town of 
Cohasset by adding a new Section 17 creating a Permanent By-Law Committee to 
provide as follows: 

"Section 17 By-Law Committee. 

(a) The By-Law Committee shall consist of three (3) members, appointed for three 
(3) year terms, provided that one (1) of the initial appointees shall serve for one 
(1) year, another for two (2) years and the third for three (3) years. At least one 
member of the By-Law Committee shall be a member of the Massachusetts Bar. 

(b) Appointments shall be made by a Committee consisting of the Moderator, the 
Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, and the Chairman of the Advisory Com- 
mittee. 

(c) The By-Law Committee shall review any Article proposed in the Warrant for any 
Annual Town Meeting or Special Town Meeting which involves a change in or an 
addition to the By-Laws of the Town of Cohasset. If the wording or indexing of 
the proposed change or addition does not conform to the pattern or styJe of the 
present By-Laws, the Committee shall so advise the Selectmen; the Committee 
shall also recommend appropriate placement of the change or addition within the 
By-Laws. 

(d) When the Town in an Annual Town Meeting or Special Town Meeting has 
adopted a change in or addition to the By-Laws, the By-Law Committee shall in- 
sure the change or addition be typed and xeroxed in sufficient quantity and in- 
serted in its proper place in each copy of the By-Laws located in the Town Hall or 
any other public office in the Town and in those copies in the Paul Pratt 
Memorial Public Library. The cost of the typing and xeroxing shall be borne by 
the Town"' 

Article 32 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. (Inserted by the Personnel Committee, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 

By striking subparagraph (b) of Section 1 and substituting in its place the following sub- 
paragraph (b) (i) and (b) (ii): 

"(b) (i) Subject to subsection (ii) hereof, the provisions of this Article shall apply to all 
positions in the Town except the following: 

(A) Those filled by general election; 

(B) Those under the control of the School Committee; and 

(C) Those covered by collective bargaining agreement. 



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(ii) The provisions of this By-Law shall not apply to the Executive Secretary, 
Police Chief or Fire Chief, except to the extent that contracts with in- 
dividuals holding those positions incorporate provisions of this By-Law and 
in that event administration of such provisions shall be under the jurisdiction 
of the Board of Selectmen"; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, as follows: 

By striking subparagraph (b) of Section 1 and substituting in its place the following sub- 
paragraph (b) (i) and (b) (ii): 

**(b) (i) Subject to subsection (ii) hereof, the provisions of this Article shall apply to all 
positions in the Town except the following: 

(A) Those filled by general election; 

(B) Those under the control of the School Committee; and 

(C) Those covered by collective bargaining agreement. 

(ii) The provisions of this By-Law shall not apply to the Executive Secretary, 
Police Chief or Fire Chief, except to the extent that contracts with in- 
dividuals holding those positions incorporate provisions of this By-Law and 
in that event administration of such provisions shall be under the jurisdiction 
of the Board of Selectmen*'* 
Article 33 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 34. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V, Section 11 of the 
Town By-Laws by striking subsection (a) and substituting in its place and stead the 
following: 

"(a) The Cohasset Harbor Committee shall consist of seven members appointed by 
the Selectmen as follows immediately after the 1983 Annual Town Meeting: 

The Harbormaster for an indefinite term, 

a representative of the Yacht Club for a three-year term, 

a representative of the Sailing Club for a three-year term, 

a representative of the commercial fishermen for a two-year term, 

an independent member for a two-year term, 

a representative of the commercial fishermen for a one-year term, 

and, a representative of the Recreation Commission for a one-year term. 

Each appointment thereafter shall be for three years"; 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article V, Section 1 1 of the Town By-Laws by striking 
subsection (a) and substituting in its place and stead the following: 

"(a) The Cohasset Harbor Committee shall consist of seven members appointed by 
the Selectmen as follows immediately after the 1983 Annual Town Meeting: 

The Harbormaster for an indefinite term, 

a representative of the Yacht Club for a three-year term, 

a representative of the Sailing Club for a three-year term, 

a representative of the commercial fishermen for a two-year term, 

an independent member for a two-year term, 

a representative of the commercial fishermen for a one-year term, 



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and, a representative of the Recreation Commission for a one-year term. 
Each appointment thereafter shall be for three years"; 

Article 34 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 35. (Inserted by the Board of Sewer Commissioners, Joseph M. Gwinn, 
Chairman, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to raise or appropriate a sum of 
money for engineering investigations including on-site samplings in the so-called 
"Phase I" proposed sewer area as defined in a plan entitled "Facilities Plan for Waste 
Water Management dated May 31, 1979" to determine the feasibility of on-site or 
other alternative or innovative methods of waste water disposal in that area; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue Twenty Thousand and 
no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for engineering investigations, including on-site sampl- 
ings any where in the Town, to determine the feasibility of on-site or other alternative 
or innovative methods of waste water disposal in that area; and further, that the 
Board of Sewer Commissioners be authorized to execute contracts in connection 
therewith. 

Article 35 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 36. (Inserted by the Board of Sewer Commissioners, Joseph M. Gwinn, 
Chairman, and others.) To see if the Town will vote to amend Article 4 adopted at the 
Special Town Meeting held on November 29, 1982 to permit the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners to execute and deliver any contracts with engineers or consultants for 
the preparation of working plans and specifications for the construction of a sewer 
plant and system in accordance with a report entitled "Facilities Plan for Waste Water 
Management dated May 31, 1979 as amended; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town amend Article 4 adopted at the Special Town Meeting held 
on November 29, 1982 to permit the Board of Sewer Commissioners to execute and 
deliver any contracts with engineers or consultants for the preparation of working 
plans and specifications for the construction of a sewer plant and system in accor- 
dance with a report entitled "Facilities Plan for Waste Water Management dated May 
31, 1979 as amended." 

Amendment to Article 36. 

MOVED. That the motion under Article 36 be amended by adding thereto at the end 
of the motion the following: 

Such contract shall include without limitation the following: 

A provision to terminate at the convenience of the Town. 

A milestone point limiting the work within that milestone to soil borings, 
survey and engineering analysis of the same and cost estimates of the 
phase I sewer area and limiting the cost within that milestone to 
$40,000.00 from funds previously appropriated. 

After a voice vote the moderator declared that the amendment was defeated. At least 
seven voters questioned the moderator's decision and a hand vote was taken. 
Amendment was defeated, yes, 114 to no, 168. 

Article 36 Main Motion defeated by a voice vote. 

MOVED. That this meeting be adjourned to Saturday, April 9, 1983, to the Town Hall 
Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the Election of Town Officers. 

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Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 12:25 A.M. 

ATTEST: 
Charles A. Marks 

Town Clerk 



Town Clerk's Report 
Town Election of April 9, 1983 

The Moderator William D. Weeks called the meeting to order at 8:00 A.M. and 
the polls were opened. 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 
7:45 A.M. 

Precinct 1 & 2 

Anthony J. Rosano, Clerk Ruth White, Inspector 

Mary N. Grassie, Clerk Margaret C. Hernan, Inspector 

Eileen Buckley, Inspector Bernard Mulcahy, Inspector 

Mary D. Migliaccio, Inspector Ellen M. Patrolia, Inspector 

Grace R. Tuckerman, Inspector A. Patricia Barrow, Inspector 

Maria R. Pape, Inspector Katherine M. Lincoln, Inspector 

Jean M. Salvador, Inspector Ann E. Leonard, Inspector 

The following Election Officers were sworn in at 4:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. by 
Town Clerk: 
Janice M. Rosano, Inspector 4:00 P.M. Domenic M. Baccari, Warden 5:00 P.M. 

Precinct 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening 

A. Numberof card ballots received A. 1950 
(39 packets X 50 = A) 

B. Numberof unused card ballots B. 752 
(16 packets x 50 plus number 2 remaining in partially used packets=B) 

C. Number of card ballots used C. 1197 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Numberof spoiled ballot cards D. 5 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual numberof card ballots cast E. 1192 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box F. 76 

G. Total numberof ballots in ballot box G. 1268 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 1268 

(G. and H. should be the same) 
I. Card ballots to computer center I. 1268 

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Precinct 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening. 

A. Numberof card ballots received A. 1800 
(39 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Numberof unused card ballots B. 788 
(15 packets x 50 plus number +44 remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Numberof card ballots used C. 1012 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Numberof spoiled ballot cards D. 3 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual numberof card ballots cast E. 1009 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box F. 51 

G. Total numberof ballots in ballot box G. 1060 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 1060 

(G. and H. should be the same) 
I. Card ballots to computer center I. 1060 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 

SELECTMAN for three years 

Frank W. England 

Clifford Mitman, Jr. 

Scattering 

Blanks 

Total 

SELECTMAN for one year 
John A, DeBassio 
Diane C.Sullivan 
Blanks 
Total 

ASSESSOR for three years 

Brian R.Wilkin 900 694 1594 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years 

Diane D. Kornet 775 566 1341 

JohnF. Langmaid, III 775 665 1440 

Judith P. Volungis 480 408 888 

Scattering 1 1 

Blanks 506 480 986 

Total 4656 

TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY for three years 

Barbara M. Power 960 700 1660 

Lucia R.Woods 911 658 1569 

Richard A. DabrowskI 829 611 1440 

Blanks 1104 1211 2315 

Total 6984 

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791 


629 


1420 


860 


631 


1491 


1 


5 


6 


884 


855 


1739 
4656 


964 


775 


1739 


284 


264 


548 


20 


21 


41 
2328 



BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 








Barbara A. Kearn 


698 


458 


1156 


LauranceJ. Mitchell 


489 


541 


1030 


Blanks 


81 


61 


142 


Total 






2328 


PLANNING BOARD for five years 








Frank CJ. Hamilton 


375 


524 


899 


Robert H. Sturdy 


704 


381 


1085 


Blanks 


189 


155 


344 


Total 






2328 


WATER COMMISSION for three years 








Anthony P. Fasciano 


321 


347 


668 


Peter J. Pratt 


813 


632 


1445 


Blanks 


134 


81 


215 


Total 






2328 


SEWER COMMISSION for three years 








FrankC. DeSantis, Jr. 


930 


730 


1660 


Blanks 


338 


330 


668 


Total 






2328 


SEWER COMMISSION (to fill vacancy) for one 


year 






Edward M. Guild 


755 


517 


1272 


Maxwell R. Punder 


414 


439 


843 


Blanks 


109 


104 


213 


Total 






2328 


RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 








Richard P. Barrow 


953 


738 


1691 


Blanks 
Total 


315 


322 


637 
2328 



Polls closed at 6:00 P.M. The meeting was dissolved at 7:30 P.M. 

A True Copy: 
ATTEST: 
Charles A. Marks 

To)Nn Clerk of Cohasset 



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Special Town Meeting September 20, 1983 
Town Clerk's Report 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset H igh School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M., Spetember 20, 1983, the following Articles were contained in the Warrant and 
acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Mary N. Grassie, Margaret C. Her- 
nan, Barbara Williams, Mary M. Brennock and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by the Moderator William D. 
Weeks at 7:30 P.M. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Robert S. Pape, Bernard H. Mulcahy 
and Grace R. Tuckerman. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting list was 319. 

The meeting was called to order at 8:10 P.M. by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds the sum of $54,885.70 for the payment of unpaid bills 
itemized in Schedule A annexed below and incorporated herein by reference relating 
to Fiscal Year 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 



Article 1 
Schedule A 



Reference 



UNPAID BILLS 



Vendor 



Electronic Voting Machine Corp. 

86 Washington St., Newton, MA 
Robert D. Silvia 
10 Arrowwood Rd., Cohasset, MA 
(Balance due for overtime incurred by 
firefighter Silvia while attending 
Northeastern Univ. 9/28/82-2/26/83) 
AIco Oil Company, Inc. 
15 King St., Cohasset, MA 
(Diesel Fuel for machine at landfill 
May and June 1983) 
Civil Designs, Inc. 
496A Commercial St., Boston, MA 
Professional Services: 

April 11-May 15, 1983 255.00 

May 16-May 31, 1983 225.00 

June 1-June 30, 1983 1,474.00 

Sylvester A. Ray, Inc. 
P.O. Box 1070, Marshfield. MA 
(May and June invoices for fill 
delivered to landfill) 
The Patriot Ledger 
13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising June 1 and June 8, 1983) 



June 30, 1983 
Department Amount 

Town Clerk $ 202.39 



Fire Dept. 



Board of Health 



Highway Dept. 



935.37 



957.33 



Board of Health 
Board of Health 
Board of Health 1,954.00 

Board of Health 10,068.94 



71.28 



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Knight, Bagge & Anderson, Inc. School Dept. 

73 Tremont St., Boston, MA 
Architectural Services: 

June 19, 1982-August31, 1982 251.63 
August 22, 1981-April 24, 1982 2,000.00 
Rockland Trust Co. School Dept. 

288 Union St., Rockland, MA 
(Computer Service School Year 1982-83 
re: Attendance) 
American Arbitration Association, Inc Selectmen 

140 West 51st St., New York, NY 
(Invoice June 30, 1983) 

Bracken and Baran Selectmen 

33 Mount Vernon St., Boston, MA 
(Legal Services May 19, 1983 thru 
June 30, 1983, re: wastewater 
treatment problem) 
Casey's Kennel Selectmen 

249 Cedar St., Cohasset, MA 
(Care of dog. May 17-May 27, 1983) 

Hingham Animal Clinic Selectmen 

146 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, 
Hingham, MA 

(Service of Veterinarian, March 20, 25, 
April 1 and 26, 1983) 
Hingham Water Company Selectmen 

28 South St., Hingham, MA 
(Balance due for hydrant, quarter ended 
June 30, 1983) 
Lanza, Mark J.— Executive Secretary Selectmen 

(Reimbursement for expenses, 
May 23-June 13, 1983) 
The Patriot Ledger Selectmen 

13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising— June 7, 1983) 
Shishonee Kennel Selectmen 

493 South River St., Marshfield, MA 
(Care of dog, May 27— June 6, 1983) 
Thaxter, Beckwith & Henderson Selectmen 

76 South Main Street, Cohasset, MA 
(Services of Town Counsel, Richard A. 

Henderson, January— June 1983, in 

excess of budget) 
Collective Bargaining Selectmen 

Peter J. Wood Selectmen 

77 Summer St., Cohasset, MA 
(Rental of recording machine, June 

1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 1983) 



2.251.63 



3,766.51 



75.00 



3.133.55 



44.00 



64.00 



128.43 



99.35 



39.60 



44.00 



25.988.13 



165.00 
125.00 



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Richard Yocum— Dog Control Officer 

Reimbursement for expenses: 
May & June Mileage 
Telephones Miscellaneous 
Hayes Pump and Machinery Co., Inc. 

West Concord, MA 
The Patriot Ledger 

13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 

(Advertising, June 2, 1983) 
Cohasset Hardware Co. 

40 South Main St., Cohasset, MA 

(May and June Invoices) 
Woodward Spring Shop Inc. 

P.O. Box 313 

111 McGrath Highway, Quincy, MA 

(Repairs to truck, March 15, 1983) 
Paul T. Bilodeau 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/22, 6/23 & 6/24/83) 
John T. Boswell 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/22, 6/25) 
Linwood L. Davis 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/22 & 6/24) 
Thomas P. Finegan 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/22, 6/23, 6/26 & 6/30) 
James E. Fiori 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/25 & 6/27) 
Roger W. Lincoln 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/23, 6/24 and 6/25) 
William T. Litchfield 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/22, 6/23 & 6/30) 
Matthew B. Marr 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/24, 6/28) 
William J. Protulis 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18) 
Randall W. Rosano 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/22, 6/24 & 6/29) 

James P. Runey 
Cohasset Fire Department 
(Fire detail 6/22, 6/24 & 6/29) 

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Selectmen 


177.68 


126.66 






51.02 








Sewer 


40.95 




Tree & Park Dept. 


80.08 




Wire Dept. 


130.00 




Wire Dept. 


1.532.69 



Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 
Fire Dept. 



173.93 



140.14 



140.14 



186.86 



140.14 



217.67 



186.86 



93.43 



46.71 



140.14 



46.71 



Robert D. Silvia Fire Dept. 93.43 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/26 & 6/27) 
Edward J. Struzik Fire Dept. 140.14 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/25, 6/28 & 6/29) 
John M. Sullivan Fire Dept. 46.71 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/22) 

Mark H. Trask Fire Dept. 151.25 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18, 6/22 & 6/23) 
Eric W. Wenzlow Fire Dept. 86.97 

Cohasset Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/23 & 6/24) 
Robert Donahue Fire Dept. 50.28 

Scituate Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18) 
Mark Duff Fire Dept. 49.50 

Hingham Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18) 
Stanley Hersey Fire Dept. 49.50 

Hingham Fire Department 

(Fire detail 6/18) 
Richard Judge Fire Dept. 50.28 

Scituate Fire Department 

Fire detail 6/18) 
Cohasset Firefighter's Benefit Association, Inc. Fire Dept. 580.00 

(Repairs to portable radios for call Firefighters) 



TOTAL $54,885.70 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of $52,074.91 for 
the payment of unpaid bills itemized in Schedule A annexed hereto and incorporated 
herein by reference relating to Fiscal Years 1982 and 1983. 



Article 1 Reference 

Schedule A UNPAID BILLS June 30, 1983 

Vendor Department Amount 

Electronic Voting Machine Corp. Town Clerk $ 202.39 

86 Washington St., Newton, MA 
Robert D. Silvia Fire Dept. 935.37 

10 Arrowwood Rd., Cohasset, MA 
(Balance due for overtime incurred by 
firefighter Silvia while attending 
Northeastern Univ. 9/28/82-2/26/83) 

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Highway Dept. 



School Dept. 



AIco Oil Company, Inc. 
15 King St., Cohasset, MA 
(Diesel Fuel for machine at landfill 
May and June 1983) 
Civil Designs, Inc. 
496A Commercial St., Boston, MA 
Professional Services: 

April 11-May 15, 1983 255.00 

May 16-May 31, 1983 225.00 

June 1-June 30, 1983 1,474.00 

Sylvester A. Ray, Inc. 
P.O. Box 1070, Marshfield, MA 
(May and June invoices for fill 
delivered to landfill) 
The Patriot Ledger 
13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising June 1 and June 8, 1983) 
Knight, Bagge & Anderson, Inc. 
73 Tremont St., Boston, MA 
Architectural Services: 

June 19, 1982-August31, 1982 251.63 
August 22, 1981-April 24, 1982 2,000.00 
Rockland Trust Co. 
288 Union St., Rockland, MA 
(Computer Service School Year 1982-83 
re: Attendance) 
American Arbitration Association, Inc Selectmen 

140 West 51st St., New York, NY 
(Invoice June 30, 1983) 

Bracken and Baran Selectmen 

33 Mount Vernon St., Boston, MA 
(Legal Services May 19, 1983 thru 
June 30, 1983, re: wastewater 
treatment problem) 
Casey's Kennel Selectmen 

249 Cedar St., Cohasset, MA 
(Care of dog. May 17-May 27, 1983) 
Hingham Animal Clinic Selectmen 

146 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, 
Hingham, MA 

(Service of Veterinarian, March 20, 25, 
April 1 and 26, 1983) 
Hingham Water Company Selectmen 

28 South St., Hingham, MA 
(Balance due for hydrant, quarter ended 
June 30, 1983) 
Lanza, Mark J.— Executive Secretary Selectmen 

(Reimbursement for expenses. 
May 23-June 13, 1983) 



Board of Health 957.33 



Board of Health 
Board of Health 
Board of Health 1,954.00 

Board of Health 10,068.94 



71.28 



2,251.63 



School Dept. 3,766.51 



75.00 



3,133.55 



44.00 



64.00 



i 



128.43 



99.35 



82 



The Patriot Ledger 
13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising— June 7, 1983) 

Shishonee Kennel 
493 South River St., Marshfield, MA 
(Care of dog, May 27— June 6, 1983) 

Thaxter, Beckwith & Henderson 

76 South Main Street, Cohasset, MA 
(Services of Town Counsel, Richard A. 

Henderson, January— June 1983, in 

excess of budget) 
Collective Bargaining 
Peter J. Wood 

77 Summer St., Cohasset, MA 
(Rental of recording machine, June 

1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 1983) 
Richard Yocum— Dog Control Officer 

Reimbursement for expenses: 
May & June Mileage 
Telephones Miscellaneous 
Hayes Pump and Machinery Co., Inc. 

West Concord, MA 
The Patriot Ledger 

13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 

(Advertising, June 2, 1983) 
Cohasset Hardware Co. 

40 South Main St., Cohasset, MA 

(May and June Invoices) 
Woodward Spring Shop Inc. 

P.O. Box 313 

111 McGrath Highway, Quincy, MA 

(Repairs to truck, March 15, 1983) 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 
Selectmen 



39.60 



44.00 



25.988.13 



165.00 
125.00 





Selectmen 


177.68 


26.66 






51.02 








Sewer 


40.95 




Tree & Park Dept. 


80.08 




Wire Dept. 


130.00 




Wire Dept. 


1.532.69 



Schedule "A" $52,074.91 

Voice Vote on Article 1 was not unanimous. 
Moderator called for a hand vote. 
MOTION Carried YES 254; NO 2. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds the sum of $1,550.00 to purchase the necessary sup- 
plies and materials for making repairs to the stonework, Minots Light template, and 
the chain link fence at Government Island, and authorize the making of repairs 
thereto; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of $1,550.00 for 
repairs to stonework, Minots Light template, and the chain link fence at Government 
Island. 

Article 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds the sum of $800.00 to repair the flood gates at the in- 
tersection of James Brook and Cohasset Harbor, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of $800.00 to 
repair the flood gates at the intersection of James Brook and Cohasset Harbor. 

Article 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue the Town Way running from 
South Main Street westerly to the municipal parking lot and between land of George 
K. Roukounakis and Robert H. Fesler northerly and Richard C. and Suzanne S. 
Straley southerly and as shown on a plan entitled "Plan Town Way from South Main 
Street to Public Parking Space, Cohasset, Mass. Scale 40' to an inch, Lewis W. 
Perkins, Civil Engineer," a copy of which plan is on file with the Town Clerk; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town discontinue the Town Way for vehicular traffic running from 
South Main Street westerly to the municipal parking lot and between land of George 
K. Roukounakis and Robert H. Fesler northerly and Richard C. Straley and Suzanne 
S. Straley southerly and as shown on a plan entitled "Plan Town Way from South Main 
Street to Public Parking Space, Cohasset, Mass. Scale 40' to an inch, Lewis W. 
Perkins, Civil Engineer," a copy of which plan is on file with the Town Clerk. 

Article 4. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds a sum of money to purchase supplies and materials to close the Town 
Way running westerly from South Main Street to the municipal parking lotto passage 
by motor vehicles; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of $500.00 to 
purchase supplies and materials to close the Town Way running westerly from South 
Main Street to the municipal parking lot to passage by motor vehicles. 

Article 5. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $10,762.01 represent- 
ing the excess of the proceeds of a $15,762.01 insurance settlement which has been 
received, or will be received, by the Town from the Lexington Insurance Company for 
the repair of all water damage to the Sullivan Gymnasium floor, or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of $10,762.01 representing the excess 
of the proceeds of a $15,762.01 insurance settlement which has been received, or 
will be received, by the Town from the Lexington Insurance Company which are to be 
used for the repair of all water damage to the Sullivan Gymnasium floor. 

Article 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of $20,000.00 to employ a mason to repoint and perform other 
masonry work at the Cohasset High and Osgood Schools and to purchase supplies 
and staging necessary thereto; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation the sum of $16,000.00; 



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$11,000.00 for the employment of a mason to repoint and perform other masonry 
work at the Cohasset High and Osgood Schools and $5,000.00 to purchase supplies 
and staging necessary thereto. 

Article 7. Amendment by Steven Wigmore 

MOVED: That the motion under Article 7 be amended to provide that the Town raise 
and appropriate by taxation the sum, of $16,000.00 to be used to recaulk and putty 
windows and repoint masonry work at the Joseph Osgood School. 

Amendment defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 7. Main Motion voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $3,700.00 from 
Water Surplus and transfer it to the General Expense appropriation for unclassified 
supplies, maintenance of grounds and buildings; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of $3,700.00 from Water Surplus and 
transfer it to the General Expense appropriation for unclassified supplies, 
maintenance of grounds and buildings. 

Article 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan, Schedule No. 5 as most 
recently amended by the 1983 Annual Town Meeting (part-time positions) under the 
caption "Hourly", by striking therefrom 
"Library Pages $3.00" and substituting in its place and stead the following: 

"Library 

Pages $3.00 

Page-Clerical 3.35 

Page-Typist 4.00". 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, Schedule No. 5 as most recently amended by 
the 1983 Annual Town Meeting (part-time positions) under the caption "Hourly", by 
striking therefrom 
"Library Pages $3.00" and substituting in its place and stead the following: 



"Library 




Pages 


$3.00 


Page-Clerical 


3.35 


Page-Typist 


4.00". 


Article 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote, 



Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from Surplus Revenue the 
sum of $2,025.00 for the purchase of a Work Zone Protection Kit; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of $2,025.00 
for the purchase of a Work Zone Protection Kit. 

Article 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to transfer from available funds the sum 
of $10,000.00 for the purchase of water saving devices for installation in the plumb- 
ing fixtures of all private residences which are connected to the Town's municipal 
sewer system; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 11. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

At 10:00 P.M. the Moderator declared a recess. 
Meeting called to order at 10:15 P.M. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $86,600.00 
for the preparation of alternative and innovative facilities plans for waste water 
management for the entire town as proposed in the Ward Engineering Associaties 
preliminary waste water management study dated June 6, 1983 and to transfer for 
this purpose the sum of $86,600.00 previously raised and appropriated but unex- 
pended under Article 4 "Maturing Debt Principal" (Item No. 49-00) at the Regular 
Town Meeting of April 2, 1983 under Article 35 at the Adjourned Regular Town 
meeting on April 4, 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of $86,600.00 for the preparation of 
alternative and innovative facilities plans for waste water management for the entire 
town as proposed in the Ward Engineering Associates preliminary waste water 
management study dated June 6, 1983 and to transfer for this purpose the sum of 
$86,600.00 previously raised and appropriated but unexpended under Article 4 
"Maturing Debt Principal" (Item No. 49-00) at the Regular Town Meeting of April 2, 
1983. 

Amendment by Joseph Gwinn. 

MOVED: That the pending motion be amended by adding the following words after 
April 2, 1983 in the second to the last line: 

If the motion is defeated or indefinitely postponed, the Board of Sewer Commis- 
sioners, and the Board of Selectmen are directed to proceed immediately with the 
Metcalf and Eddy plan, "Facilities Plan for Wastewater Management," Report to the 
Town of Cohasset, MA dated 31 May 1979, by accepting the state offer of advance 
funding within seven business days of this meeting and to sign the Metcalf and Eddy 
Agreement for Step 2 design within thirty calendar days after the advance funding is 
received. Further, M & E will be authorized to proceed immediately with the dye study 
defined by Amendment No. 9 to the Step 1 grant, and to release the long lead items in 
the Step 2 Agreement, Articles 5.3 (surveys), 5.4 (borings) and 5.5 (field observa- 
tions): Further, that the terms of Article 4, November 1982 special town meeting 
have been met and, that being the case, Article 36 notwithstanding, a yes vote does 
not preclude the Town from proceeding with the M & E plan to the schedule described 
above; 

Town Counsel ruled the motion was beyond the scope of the article and can not be 
acted upon at this meeting. 

The Moderator ruled the motion out of order. 

Article 12. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to accept an anonymous gift in the 
amount of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for the purpose of establishing a fund to 

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be known as the "William Ripley, Jr., Athletic Fund," the annual net increase of which 
shall be devoted to the payment of cost and expenses of the athletic programs in the 
Public Schools of Cohasset, with the spending priority to be given to the Track and 
Field activities of the schools. The establishment of the spending priorities will be the 
responsibility of the Superintendent of Schools with the approval of the School Com- 
mittee and the annual income may be used to defray such program expenses without 
further Town appropriation. The Town Treasurer shall be responsible for the invest- 
ment and administration of the Fund and additional contributions can be made to the 
Fund by interested persons or organizations. 

Each year the School Department shall award a trophy to be known as the 
"William Ripley, Jr., Track and Field Award" to the outstanding senior boy and girl in 
the school's Track and Field Program. Selection of the recipients will be made by the 
High School Principal, the Track Coach and the Director of Athletics based upon the 
contribution and performance in track and field events of the athletes during their 
varsity careers. This trophy shall be kept at the High School and appropriately in- 
scribed with the names of the winners. The students receiving this honor will also be 
presented with a William Ripley, Jr., Revere bowl at the school's annual senior 
awards assembly; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town accept an anonymous gift in the amount of $10,000.00 for 
the purpose of establishing a fund to be known as the "William Ripley, Jr., Athletic 
Fund," the annual net increase of which shall be devoted to the payment of cost and 
expenses of the athletic programs in the Public Schools of Cohasset, with the spend- 
ing priority to be given to the Track and Field activities of the schools. The establish- 
ment of the spending priorities will be the responsibility of the Superintendent of 
Schools with the approval of the School Committee and the annual income may be 
used to defray such program expenses without further Town appropriation. The Town 
Treasurer shall be responsible for the investment and administration of the Fund and 
additional contributions can be made to the Fund by interested persons or organiza- 
tions. 

Each year the School Department shall award a trophy to be known as the 
"William Ripley, Jr., Track and Field Award" to the outstanding senior boy and girl in 
the school's Track and Field Program. Selection of the recipients will be made by the 
High School Principal, the Track Coach and the Director of Athletics based upon the 
contribution and performance in track and field events of the athletes during their 
varsity careers. This trophy shall be kept at the High School and appropriately in- 
scribed with the names of the winners. The students receiving this honor will also be 
presented with a William Ripley, Jr., Revere bowl at the school's annual senior 
awards assembly. 

Article 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Resolution by Richard Conley 

RESOLUTION 

Be it resolved that the Town of Cohasset join Mr. William Ripley, Jr.'s many 
friends in honoring his service to the youth of our community. With the adoption of Ar- 
ticle XIII, we have recognized Bill's continued interest in the many activities of our 
students and his deep and unfailing love for all young people. 

Mr. William Ripley, Jr., past Superintendent of the Cohasset Schools and 
Superintendent Emeritus, we salute you! 

Resolution adopted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 14. To raise and appropriate or transfer from available funds the sum of 
$300.00 and transfer it to the Fire Department Expense Account for the maintenance 
of portable radios from the Call Fire Department; or acton anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of $300.00 by taxation and transfer it to 
the Fire Department Expense Account for the maintenance of portable radios from 
the Call Fire Department. 

Article 14. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $2,000.00 to install a culvert and catch basin on lower 
Ledgewood Drive and to raise and appropriate from taxation or otherwise a sum of 
money to purchase or take by eminent domain or otherwise acquire an easement for 
the purpose of installing a culvert and catch basin on lower Ledgewood Drive, such 
easement to comprise the area outlined in red on the copy of a portion of the 
Assessors map filed with the Town Clerk and identified as "Article 15— Plan;" or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of $2,000.00 to 
install a culvert and catch basin on lower Ledgewood Drive, and to raise and ap- 
propriate from taxation the sum of $50.00 to purchase or take by eminent domain or 
otherwise acquire an easement for the purpose of installing a culvert and a catch 
basin on lower Ledgewood Drive, such easement to comprise the area outlined in red 
on the copy of a portion of the Assessors map filed with the Town Clerk and identified 
as Article 15— Plan." 

Article 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the transfer of the budgetary 
accounts pertaining to the operation and maintenance of the land fill, under the 
jurisdiction of the Board of Health and the unexpended balance contained therein 
from the Board of Health to the jurisdiction and control of the Board of Selectmen, 
and in connection therewith to the extent necessary, to amend Article XI of the 
General By-Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan to 
recategorize those employees connected with the operation and maintenance of land 
fill as employees of the Board of Selectmen or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 16 be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Moved at 11:30 P.M. that the meeting be dissolved. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ATTESTED: 
Charles A. Marks 

Town Clerk 

Cohasset Mass. 02025 



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Vital Statistics 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1983 

BIRTHS 

The total number of births recorded were seventy, three were delayed returns 
and corrections of past years. Of the seventy born in the year 1983 all the parents 
were residents of Cohasset. There were thirty-two males and thirty-eight females. 

PARENTS, BE SURE TO RECORD THE BIRTHS OF YOUR CHILDREN WITH 
GIVEN NAME IN FULL. 

MARRIAGES 

Total number of marriages was sixty-three including those where both parties 
were non-residents of Cohasset, forty-seven were solemnized in Cohasset during the 
current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was one hundred and three including residents of 
Cohasset who died elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset, of the 
seventy-three who were residents of Cohasset twenty-six were males and forty-seven 
were females. 



Births For The Year 1983 



Date 



Name of Child 



Parents 
Name) 



(Mothers Maiden 



January 

3 Craig Edward Davis 

12 Elizabeth Whitlaw Anderson 

25 Lindsey Lee Gardner 

27 Jason Richard Brown 

February 



2 


Steven Andrew Coyne 


3 


Margaret Elizabeth O'Connor 


3 


Melissa MacGregor Bates 


11 


Justin Howard Pratt 


16 


Melissa Dawn Craig 


16 


Adrina DeVitre 


22 


Andrew Isaac Dennis 


25 


Geoffrey Douglas McWilliams 


March 




14 


Corinna Ellen Noering 


16 


Brian Joseph Krupczak 


17 


Marco Fuleiniti 


18 


Michael Bryan Wasp 


21 


Mary Gray Leary 


21 


Maureen Elizabeth Equi 


30 


Sean Clifford Chase-O'Connell 



Donald & Donna Marie (Sargent) 
Gary Kendall & Deborah (Knowles) 
Stephen Earl & Denise (Wheelwright) 
Richard Mollis & Gina Marie (Forman) 

Thomas & Karen Noella (McGovern) 
Kevin Francis & Ann Marie (Ruane) 
Jeffrey Cauthorn & Elizabeth MacGregor 

(MacGregor) 
Vaughan Robert & Daliles Dormal (Sumbillo) 
Michael William & Linda Dolores (Neagle) 
Rustam Khushru & Virginia DeVitre (Shahi- 
nian) 

Robert Kent & Katherine Victoria (Pineo) 
Michael Roger & Alice Marie (Stewart) 

Richard John & Sabine (Westphalen) 
Paul James & Debra Jean (Mahony) 
Mario & Maria L. (Marcella) 
Michael Edward & Julie Lancaster (Rodgers) 
Thomas Daniel, Jr. & Catherine Barber (Dey) 
Michael Peter & Martha Ann (Burke) 
Clifford E. & Amyra B. O'Connell 



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November 


3 


Peter William Kovach 


4 


Christine Elizabeth Lawlor 


8 


Sarah BIyth Williams 


14 


Matthew Hill McLoughlin 


15 


Christopher Pieter Berkelaar 


20 


Douglas Charles McLaughlin 


25 


Adelaide Plunkett Corrigan 


December 


7 


Katharine Ann Silvia 


13 


Amanda Day Watts 


20 


Peter John Whoriskey 


6 


Graham Carlton Schofield 



George Stephen & Joan Marie (Stack) 
Timothy Mark & Elizabeth Ellen (Viola) 
George Rowland & Stephanie (Shedd) 
Maurice Edmund & Elizabeth (Hill) 
Gerard Johannes & Serena (Brundige) 
Charles Henry & Nancy Esther (Huntington) 
James John & Pamela Plunkett (Dodge) 

Jack Paul & Ann Austin (Barunas) 
James Alfred and Karia Alexis (Rose) 
John Francis & Christine (Good) 
Edgar Lester & Bonny Mellott (Cox) 



BIRTHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED AND CORRECTIONS 



1927 
February 
3 Joseph Thompson 

1941 
April 
22 David Joseph Pattison 

1964 
August 
7 Lauren Jane Sandblom 



Frank William & Mary Ellen (McDonaghue) 



Frank Joseph & Dorothy Mary (Bates) 



Russell J. & Carol (Danforth) 



Marriages for the Year 1983 

January 1 at Nantucket, Takashi Fukuda of Cohasset and Janet L. Codley of Cohasset, married 
by Oommen Thekadathu, Pastor. 

January 23 at Cohasset, Dr. Philip S. Brackett of Cohasset and Elaine H. Stannard of Cohasset, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

February 5 at Cohasset, Joseph M. Tierney of Cohasset and Carole N. Young of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard D. Muir, Clergyman. 

March 12 at Scituate, Mark S. Callahan of Cohasset and Lauren A. Francis of Cohasset, married 
by James M. Gibbons, Priest. 

March 26 at Cohasset, Bruce N. Hallgren of Hingham and Bonnie A. Farrell of Hingham, mar- 
ried by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

April 9atHingham, James L.Westcott of Cohasset and Nancy C. Healey of Cohasset, married by 
Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

April 30 at Cohasset, Kerwin Scott Roberts of Peachtree City, GA and Jane Elizabeth Antoine of 
Peachtree City, GA, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 1 at Cohasset, I . James Howard of Cohasset and Sharon L. Schleicher of Cohasset, married 
by Norman B. Pierce, Clergyman. 

May 13 at Hingham, Edgar L. Schofield, Jr. of Cohasset and Bonny Cox Hickman of Cohasset, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 



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May 14 at Cohasset, Francis W. Tighe of Cohasset and Joanne Palmieri Nestor of Boston, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 29 at Hull, Mark Henderson Kelly of Scituate and Karen Marie Kent of Cohasset, married 
by Stephen B. Rock, Priest. 

May 29 at Cohasset, Stephen M. Oronte of Norwell and Karen Golden of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 1 at Cohasset, Marc Irvin Fisher of Lafayette, CO and Laura Smith of Lafayette, CO, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 1 at Cohasset, Daniel Edward Wall of Scituate and Charleen Rene Tyson of Scituate, mar- 
ried by Richard M. Fewkes, Minister. 

June 1 at Cohasset, Denis P. Desmond of Hull and Patti Beth Patrolia of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 12 at Cohasset, Donald Gray Heppner, Jr. of Lynchburg, VA and Mary Virginia Leach of 
Cohasset, married by Richard Bourgois, Priest. 

June 18 at Cohasset, David B. Scott of W. Chatham and JoAnn Marie Wright of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John F. Roche, Priest. 

June 18 at Cohasset, Brian K. Wheeler of West Haven, CT and Linda L. Mailers of Cohasset, 
married by John M. Gallop, (Retired) Priest. 

June 25 at Cohasset, Ralph Eric Sodersjerna of Cohasset and Megan Lyne Griffith of Cohasset, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

June 25 at Cohasset, Edward McPartland of Cohasset and Audrey Knight of Cohasset, married 
by Marian F. Brown, Justice of the Peace. 

June 25 at Cohasset, John F. Kearney of Cohasset and Ellen L. Hanlon of Cohasset, married by 
Thomas F. Walsh, Priest. 

June 26 at Cohasset, Thomas P. DiDonato of Maiden and Jeanne A. Viola of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

June 26 at Cohasset, Thomas David Keating of Cohasset and Denise Sean Klier of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 9 at Cohasset, George Johnston of Vienna, VA and Maureen E. Sullivan of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 9 at Cohasset, John R. Danielson of Cohasset and Cristina M. Fiori of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 15 at Cohasset, Steven W. Ellstrom of Hanover and Katherine T. Studley of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

July 16 at Cohasset, Jack Paul Silvia of Cohasset and Ann Austin Barunas of Cohasset, married 
by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

July 16 at Cohasset, Michael Lee Hurst of Corpus Christi, TX and Lisa Anne Seadale of Corpus 
Christi, TX, married by John M. Gallop, (Retired) Rector Emeritus. 

July 16 at Cohasset, John T. Durkin of Cohasset and Shelanne Sladen of Cohasset, married by 
Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

July 16 at Cohasset, Christopher J. Kynicos of Cohasset and Jane Cortucci MacQuarrie of 
Cohasset, married by Konstantinos Mendrinos, Priest. 

July 23 at Cohasset, Christopher Duggan of Cohasset and Terese D. England of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 23 at Cohasset, Francis R. Coffey of Hingham and Katherine Hayes of Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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July 30 at Scituate, Dominic O'Donnell of Somerville and Kathleen M. Healy of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Raymond A. Low, Priest. 

August 6 at Cohasset, H. James Blakeslee of No. Haven, CT and Kim Elizabeth Daniels of 
Newtonville, married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

August 6 at Hingham, Stephen Joseph Teixeira of Cohasset and Mary Martha Wright of 
Cohasset, married by Donald F. Robinson, Clergyman. 

August 6 at Cohasset, John Clifford Englander of Cohasset and Susan Sturdy of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard D. Muir, Clergyman. 

August 13 at Cohasset, Joseph L. Dolan, Jr. of Cohasset and Jane C. Conboy of Minot, married 
by Daniel P. Hegarty, Priest. 

August 13 of Cohasset, Mark Scott Browne of Lancaster and Carolyn A. Goodwin of Cohasset, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

August 20 at Cohasset, Richard Edward Kurtz of Cohasset and Barbara Berens of Cohasset, 
married byJohn J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 20 at Cohasset, Kingsley Durant, Jr. of Cohasset and Pamela Jean Becker of Cohasset, 
married by Richard D. Muir, Clergyman. 

August 20 at Cohasset, Steven M. Fludder of Boston and Elizabeth M. O'Leary of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 21 at Cohasset, William B. Carter of Cohasset and Susan M. Kelley of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 10 at Cohasset, Robert David Silvia of Cohasset and Alyson Ann Grief of Hingham, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 10 at Cohasset, Robert B. Spofford of Brighton and Susan C. Woods of Cohasset, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 10 at Cohasset, Perry S. McHugh of Rochester, NY and Sarah Watrous of Rochester, 
NY, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 10 at Cohasset, Peter Roy of Cohasset and Susan Quilty of Cohasset, married by 
Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

September 18 at Cohasset, Mark Christopher Robba of Wichita, KS and Suzanna Miles Emmons 
of Cohasset, married John F. Roche, Priest. 

September 24 at Boston, Richard Alan Johnson of Marblehead and Joan Hoff Congdon of 
Cohasset, married by Edward 0. Miller, Jr., Clergyman. 

September 24 at Cohasset, Phillip A. Thayer of Cohasset and Lorayne T. Yanchuk of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 25 at Cohasset, Paul C. Tilton of Weymouth and Maureen H. Kelly of Duxbury, mar- 
ried by Thomas J.C. Kelly, Clergyman. 

October 1 at Hingham, Barry Krieger at Boston and Jennifer K. Grisdale of Cohasset, married 
by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

October 1 at Randolph, Domenic P. Saldi of Cohasset and Rose M. Coppolinoof Roslindale, mar- 
ried by Arthur W. Bowler, Clergyman. 

October 8 at Cohasset, Peter A. Litchfield of Scituate and Linda M. Curley of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 8 at Wellesley, Mark B. Buckley of Scituate and Nancy Louise Didriksen of Wellesley, 
married by William B. Heuss, Priest. 

October 8 at Norwell, Alan C. Snowdale of Cohasset and Linda Herzog of Cohasset, married by 
David C. Norling, Minister of the Gospel. 



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October 9 at Medway, John M. Madden, Jr. of Weymouth and Patricia Mary Flaherty of Medway, 
married by Joseph T. Nugent, Priest. 

November 19 at Cohasset, Thomas Alcock, Jr. of Hingham and Martha Duggan of Cohasset, 
married by Richard D. Muir, Clergyman. 

November 19 at Hingham, Daniel Staples of Cohasset and Judith Eleanor Whitney of Cohasset, 
married by Ernest Gardner Jones, Justice of the Peace. 

November 19 at Cohasset, Daniel W. Glynn of Milton and Margaret Joyce Sullivan of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

November 26 at Cohasset, Robert Leslie Prouty of Bridgewater and Kathryn Anderson of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

December 3 at Rowe, Ross A. Smith of Hull and Mia Kusumadilaga of Hull, married by Douglas 
Wilson, Clergyman. 

December 3 at Cohasset, Robin A. Ashworth of Marshfield and Karen J, Farrell of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

December 25 at Hingham, Robert Wallace Coughlin, Jr. of Cohasset and Sandra Chamberlin 
Silbert of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, married by Edward M. Fleming, Justice of the Peace. 



Deaths for the Year 1983 



Date 


Name 


Years 


Months 


Days 


January 










1 


Marion M. McCarthy 


97 


9 


7 


5 


Joseph (Guiseppe) B. Stefan! 


94 


11 


22 


17 


Clarence Manuel Grassie 


74 


1 


30 


22 


Margaret Agnes Foley 


86 


7 


29 


23 


Carl Bolt Rechner 


76 


10 


5 


24 


Mary V.Kennedy 


94 


2 


11 


24 


James Joseph Counihan, Sr. 


84 


10 


15 


29 


Marjorie J. Ingram 


67 


11 


26 


February 










5 


Margaret Williams 


64 





18 


5 


Thomas C. Donahue 


51 


3 


18 


5 


Margaret Warren 


88 


11 


29 


11 


Peter Brian Gill 


6 


7 


28 


11 


Marion Frances Fallon 


72 


5 





23 


Raymond B. Royce 


82 





5 


March 










2 


Joseph Gianini 


90 


1 


14 


3 


Florence E. Damon 


85 


6 





6 


Alice Josephine Leahy 


67 


9 


13 


8 


Esther Kantrowitz 


94 


9 


8 


15 


Susan Patricia Cairns 


28 


6 


18 


15 


Claire M.Collins 


49 


4 


16 


23 


Evelyn Bosworth Wood 


67 


9 


2 


26 


Thomas Clinton Johnson 


84 


11 


26 


29 


Mary Josephine Sullivan 


90 


8 


23 



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April 










2 


Martha (Marlor) Booth 


100 


8 


28 


4 


Margaret E. Buckley 


67 


11 


14 


7 


Burnett Berson 


88 


3 


24 


8 


Ada Salisbury 


78 


7 


27 


10 


Anne M. Hersch 


77 


3 


11 


22 


Helen Jerauld 


86 


11 


12 


23 


Thorns Gilman Churchill, Sr. 


96 


6 


24 


24 


Onne Abromson 


83 


9 


22 


25 


Hannah Lindquist 


101 


9 


27 


25 


Margaret Spencer 


71 


9 


23 


25 


Bernice Clare Walsh 


82 


10 


4 


May 










5 


Anne Brown Baxter 


91 





26 


8 


Ruth Sylvia Smith 


69 


6 


16 


10 


James Arthur Spencer 


92 


9 


9 


11 


Caroline F. Burns 


97 


1 


18 


18 


Mary Gertrude Shea 
a/k/a M. Gertrude Shea 


84 


6 


5 


20 


Alexander Hornstra 


85 


3 


23 


24 


Jean Boyson 


72 


8 


22 


28 


Pauline Elizabeth Kiman 


67 


2 


25 


June 










3 


Muriel Loretta Mclver 


11 


6 


1 


3 


Joseph Eugene McAuliffe 


76 


11 


9 


12 


Clarence James Lyon 


82 


7 


17 


14 


Jennie Estelle Lawton 


97 


7 





18 


Ambrose E. Buckley 


80 


4 


9 


20 


Edith R. Rooney 


87 


7 


27 


20 


Louise Frances Blue 


86 


10 





23 


Hortense Railsback 


91 


4 


28 


23 


Robert Pratt Rich, Sr. 


79 


2 


18 


26 


JohnH.Tighe 


68 


8 


1 


July 










2 


Ruth A. Winters 


11 





16 


19 


Henrietta B. Shapiro 


80 


6 


1 


21 


Hazel Mildred James 


11 


10 


11 


21 


Bernard J. Fallon 


75 


5 


12 


23 


Caylor LeQuire Wonnell 






2 


29 


William A. Clapp 


51 


10 


6 


29 


Mary Margaret Cameron 


89 


8 


11 


30 


Eleanor Forbes Lincoln 


70 


5 


31 


August 










2 


Margaret M.GIennon 


75 


10 


11 


3 


Edna M. Daily 


72 


4 


8 


4 


Albert Haynes Blanchard 


68 


2 


17 


4 


Lillian Johnston Mitchell 


71 


4 


7 


8 


Susan A. Allen 


86 


7 


27 


11 


MaryT. Finn 


60 


3 


12 



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13 


Esther A. O'Meara 


83 


11 


27 


17 


Margaret E. Hitchock 


80 


8 


14 


19 


Andrea Lee Nardo 


4 


8 





19 


Amy Elizabeth Nardo 


2 


10 


1 


20 


Andrew Vincent Nardo 


1 


2 


16 


24 


Jean 0. Coulter 


83 





3 


31 


Frank Anthony Selvitella 


54 


1 


2 


September 








1 


Alice G.Jones 


95 





14 


2 


RogerA. Yuill 


74 


5 


16 


2 


Ethel Hazen Lillard 


100 


8 


22 


8 


Stella Marie Goldsmith 


79 


7 


3 


9 


Kathryn Rollins Grant 


82 


10 


9 


9 


Dorothy Catherine Morse 


85 


3 


4 


11 


Ellen M.Williamson 


88 


8 


4 


19 


George Campbell Richardson 


61 


4 


6 


22 


Margaret Mary Hardy 


63 


10 


27 


27 


Mildred Louise Bacon 


91 


8 


24 


October 










8 


Catherine Gertrude Grassie 


94 


2 


3 


13 


Dorothy A. Sam ick 


60 





21 


16 


Richard J. Caristi 


40 


8 


8 


25 


Mabel Gertrude Thurber 


69 


3 


23 


28 


Nancy Elizabeth Sladen 


45 





1 


30 


Gertrude Anna Duffy 


83 


2 


22 


November 










1 


Dorothy K. Griffin 


91 


8 


19 


4 


Mollis T.GIeason 


95 


6 


22 


8 


Marie V. Leahy 


61 


1 


29 


9 


Kathleen M. Perry 


71 


10 


30 


12 


Lula Mae Maddison 


96 


4 


11 


12 


Joseph Edward O'Brion 


54 





18 


17 


Sarah (Sadie) Agnes Gallagher 


90 


6 


9 


19 


Francis Rita Antoine 


78 


9 


17 


23 


Ada Mills 


89 


5 


22 


27 


John Lester Smith 


83 


3 


5 


December 










5 


Gladys Grace Allen 


90 


10 


28 


9 


PeterL. Flynn, Jr. 


63 


3 


19 


13 


Gladys M.Royce 


82 


1 


11 


16 


Edward Hardy 


90 





15 


28 


Leona Frances 


90 


11 


1 


30 


Hamilton B. Rencurrel 


85 


3 


2 



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DEATHS NOT BEFORE REPORTED AND CORRECTIONS 

1978 

August 

17 Frank BottChatterton 73 11 16 

1982 

November 

16 Barbara Clay Crampton 78 3 15 



Board of Registrars 



Numberof registered voters on January 1, 1983 4,950 

Numberof registered voters on January 1, 1984 4,883 

Democrats 1,438 

Republicans 1,208 

Independents 2,237 

Any resident not listed in the Census taken by the Board of Registrars during 
January and February should inform the Registrars before May 1st of each year. 

Meetings for the registration of voters are held at stated time during the year. 
Notices of the meetings are posted in the Post Office of the Town and in many other 
public buildings. 

Population of Cohassetfortheyear 1983 7,617 

Respectfully submitted, 
Burtram J. Pratt 

Chairman 

Report of Board of Assessors 

The Board of Assessors have had a busy year. At this writing the town-wide 
revaluation has been completed and the administrative loose ends are being com- 
pleted. The revaluation contractor had about 400 individual hearings with less than 
200 of them being complaints. We feel the contractor did a good job overall. In fiscal 
1985, there will be some adjustments of values in certain areas of the town. These ad- 
justments were not caught by the revaluation contractor in time for the hearings. 

Coincident with the revaluation we are installing our computerized assessment 
program. We made our changeover from a computer service bureau to an inhouse 
computer for the estimated tax bills. The bills went out with some errors in descrip- 
tions and/or addresses, however the dollar amounts of the bills were correct. As we 
load the revaluation figures into our system we will attempt to correct the errors that 
have been brought to our attention. 

The board would like to make a statement in regard to many calls we have re- 
ceived. All values that are being established are "fair full market values" as required 
by the courts and the Commonwealth. We are neither encouraging or discouraging 
development in the Town of Cohasset. We are attempting to follow both the letter and 
the spirit of the law. 

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Building Department 



The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1983: 

Building Permits issued 608 

Building Permits denied 14 

Building Permits voided 4 

Building Permit fees paid to Treasurer $20,758.50 

Estimated cost of all building permits issued . $5,276,917.84 

A breakdown of building permits issued is on file in the Building Department Office. 

Buildings inspected for Group Occupancy 35 

Occupancy Inspection fees paid to Treasurer . . . . $1,229.00 

Plumbing permits issued $150.00 

Plumbing Inspectors paid for services $2,760.00 

Plumbing fees paid to Treasurer $3,101.00 

Gas permits issued 83 

Gas Inspectors paid for services 972 

Gas fees paid to Treasurer 907.00 

Fees collected for use of copy machine $29.95 

Total Fees Collected $26,025.45 

This past year was a very busy one for the Building Department and conse- 
quently, for all related departments. The new permit sign-off process worked very 
well and aided in keeping a close watch on all construction activity in the Town for 
everybody's protection. Also, continuing along the idea of safety, the Building Depart- 
ment and Fire Department, particularly, Fire Prevention Officer, Capt. Mark Trask, 
have been working closely together checking plans for fire safety and inspecting 
public and commercial buildings throughout the Town. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Robert K. Dennis 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 



By-Law Study Committee 



The present By-Law Study Committee was appointed in 1983 for the purpose of 
maintaining the form and structure of the By-Laws adopted by the Town at the Annual 
Meeting in April 1979. This committee reviews motions and articles in order to avoid 
duplication, ambiguity and inconsistency, and recommends the inclusion of new pro- 
visions according to the existing order and sequence. Individuals and Committee 
members can facilitate this objective by submitting their proposals to the By-Law 
Study Committee before they are printed in the Warrant. This is for the sole purpose 
of maintaining uniformity in style and order. This By-Law Study Committee makes no 
changes as to substance. 

During the past year, the committee has met three times for the preparation of 
material adopted at Town Meetings for insertion in the present By-Law publication. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Cornelia Leary O'Malley, Cfiairman 
Mary E. Gainor, Secretary 
Arthur E. Nilsson 
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Capital Budget Committee 



The Capital Budget Committee reviews and investigates capital budget re- 
quirements for all Town Departments and evaluates these needs. We recommend 
priorities for a five year period. We report our findings and recommendations to the 
Board of Selectmen, the Advisory Committee and the Town Meeting. 

During the past twelve months, most of the recommendations of the Capital 
Budget Committee have been accepted. We expect to have available detailed written 
recommendations for distribution to all Cohasset voters who will be attending the 
April 7, 1984 Annual Meeting. 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 

William Haynes 

Geoff Nothnagle 

John Vivian 



Conservation Commission 

The Conservation Commission spent a major portion of its time administering the 
Wetlands Protection Act, M.G.L.A. Chapter 131, Section 40. Many public hearings 
were held during the year. On April 1, 1983 the Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering issued a revised set of regulations for Part I and Part III of the 
Wetlands Protection Act. Part II (Coastal Wetlands) remained unchanged. 

We extend our thanks to John Hubbard, past chairman, for his untiring efforts on 
behalf of the Commission. He remains on the Commission as a member. Patricia 
Buckley was elected chairman. 

The Commission accepted with regret the resignation of Walter Sullivan and 
welcomed Richard Maichle as a new member. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Patricia Buckley, Chairman 

Merle Brown 

Janet Ditmar 

John Hubbard 

Richard Maichle 

Peter O'Loughlin 

Austin O'Toole 



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Report of Council on the Aging 

Open meetings of the Council are held every second Tuesday of the month at 10 
a.m. at the Parish House of the First Parish Church. The nine volunteer member 
board meet to discuss plans for the welfare of a very important segment of the town's 
population— the elderly. 

The following programs and activities are made possible through the efforts of 
the Council, the Social Service League, and over one hudnred dedicated volunteers. 

NUTRITION: The Meals on Wheels program, serving 2193 meals per year, is super- 
vised by volunteers from the Social Service League. Meals are delivered six days a 
week to the homes of the elderly who need assistance. Special diets are arranged 
when necessary. There is a nominal fee of $1.65 per meal, but financial aid is 
available. The actual cost of the meal, prepared by the Red Lion Inn is $2.10. The 
Council pays the difference. 

In addition, lunches prepared at the High School are served every Tuesday dur- 
ing the school year at the Parish House at 12:15 p.m. Over 800 meals were served by 
volunteers from St. Anthony's, St. Stephen's, Second Congregational and First Parish 
Church. Those interested should call 383-1100 by Monday noon. Lunch is $1.40. 

TRANSPORATION: The Senior Shuttle Bus makes approximately 100 trips each 
week to the shopping plazas, medical offices, and various functions. Additional 
drivers are needed on Sundays for the church trips. 

For information on the bus schedule, consult the Vista or call 383-0821. 

INFORMATION: A Council newsletter, sponsored monthly, the VISTA, is mailed to 
325 homes each month. To receive this news of upcoming social educational and 
recreational activities, call 383-1100 weekday mornings. 

RECREATION: Two bus trips a year are sponsored by the Council. The Council 
works closely with the 60+ Club and its 200 members. The 60+ Club meets on the 
third Thursday of each month at the Parish House. 

Along with ten other South Shore communities, Cohasset is a participant in the 
South Shore Elder Services Corporation, 430 South Main Street, Cohasset. This Area 
Agency on Aging is under the aegis of the Department of Elder Affairs of 
Massachusetts and is concerned with all aspects of care for the elderly. This year the 
Social Service League was the recipient of another grant from this organization. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dorothea Bjorkgren, Secretary 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 

Helen Barbary, Housing Representative 

Alice Daunt, Rep. South Shore Elder Services 

Sheila Kelly, President 60-\- Club 

Vivian McCormack 

Helen Hooper, Rep. Soc. Serv. League 

Mary Donovan, Coordinator Tuesday Luncheons 

Malcolm Onwood, Director Shuttle Bus 

George Fellows, Treasurer 

Katherine McGrath, Chairman of VISTA 

John Mullett, Publicity 



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Design Review Board 



The Design Review Board assisted the Planning Board in reviewing several site 
plans in the commercial and cluster zone districts. Mr. Robert Stansell, Jr. was 
welcomed to membership of the Board in place of Richard C. Tousley, whose term 
has expired. The Board appreciates his support since 1976 as a first appointee of this 
Board. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth S. Hoopes, Chairman 

Margaret M. Benson 

Jane F. McLean 

Peter O'Connor 

Nancy Garrison 

Robert Stansell, Jr. 

Roger Whitley 

Robert K. Dennis, ex officio 



Report of the Dog Officer 



Total phone calls received 525 

Complaints 104 

Dogs impounded 50 

Restraining orders issued 25 

Lost or missing pets reported 401 

I would like to thank all pet owners who complied with the by-laws of the town 
and I hope that 1984 will be a good year for pets and their neighbors. 

Richard Yocum 

Cohasset Dog Officer 



Drainage Advisory Committee 

On Wednesday, May 7, 1983, Article 42 of the Town Warrant was accepted by 
the voters of Cohasset, Stating: That the Town vote to establish a permanent 
Drainage Committee. "The purpose of the Drainage Committee shall be to establish 
the overall drainage policy and to review, evaluate and make recommendations to the 
Town on all matters relating to new drainage construction or reconstruction. The 
Committee may also initiate and establish priorities for drainage construction or 
reconstruction which is in the overall public interest. The Committee shall from time 
to time, consult with and coordinate its policies with the Highway Surveyor, Conserva- 
tion Commission, Planning Board, and the Board of Health." 

Since the addition of two new members this year, the Committee has become 
very active. We have made many on-site inspections these past months either in 
response to requests of the Board of Health or of private citizens and offered our opi- 
nions. We have sought and received the Highway Surveyor's advice. We have met 



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with and made recommendations to the Conservation Commission and Appeals 
Boards. We have studied and made recommendations in regards to Sanctuary Pond 
and the Jame's Brook watershed. 

Due to the rapidly diminishing available and adequate buildable areas in the 
town, with more and more requests to build on marginal or less parcels, we hope that 
our input will be of an increasing value to the respective Boards and Departments in 
an effort to stem future drainage problems before they occur. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Walter G. Ross 

Chairman 



Fire Department 



The Table of Organization of the Department calls for twenty-four full-time per- 
sonnel assigned in four groups of six men per group. Each group has one officer and 
five men assigned. The Fire Department was brought up to full strength in August of 
1983. 





INVENTORY OF APPARATUS IN THE FIRE DEPARTMENT 


Engine #2 


750 GPM Engine 


Pirsch (Reserve) 


1961 


Engine #3 


1,250 GPM Engine 


Duplex-Fa rrar 


1980 


Engine #4 


1,000 GPM Engine 


Ford-Farrar 


1973 


Ladder #1 


100 ' Aerial Ladder 


Seagrave 


1978 


A-28 


Modular Ambulance 


Ford-Modular 


1976 


Forest #1 


50 GPM 235 G. Tank 


Ford-Farrar 


1983 


Chiefs Car 


Four-door Sedan 


Dodge 


1980 


Engine #1 


750 GPM Engine 


Pirsch (storage) 


1954 


Forest 1 


500GPM-400G. 


Dodge-Farrar 


1955 




Total Incidents for 1983 were: 




1,565 




Total Burning Permits issued: 




1,109 




Box Alarms 




109 




Still Alarms & Ambulance Calls 




565 




Public Asssitance Calls 




34 




Ambulance Calls w/o Transport 




140 




Drills 




35 




Details 




151 




Fire Prevention Inspections 




435 




Miscellaneous Permits & Activities 


96 



Total- 1983 



1,565 



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Fire Prevention: 

Fire Prevention Activities are up over 1982 by approximately 300%. 
Major accomplishments for 1983 include the following: 

1) Acceptance at Annual Town Meeting of the 7,500 sq. ft. Sprinkler Law. 

2) Fire Prevention Awareness day held in May. 

3) Fire Prevention Poster and Essay Contest held in the Schools during Fire Preven- 
tion Week. 

4) Team Inspections coordinated between the Fire, Building and Health Depart- 
ments. 

5) The Training of all Fire Department Personnel in Smoke Detector Inspections. 

Training: 

The Fire Department, between the Permanent and Call Force members, were 
given over 600+ hours of training within and outside the Department. Where this 
only averages to a little over 11 hours per week, it shows the need for big improve- 
ment in this area. 

This Training does not include EMS Training in the Fire Department. The two 
new men that came on the Fire Department in Aguust, 1983 were given in-house 
training in the Boston Fire academy. They were at the Boston Fire Academy approxi- 
mately 8 weeks of a 14-week course of instruction. 

Where this is a new approach to training for the men in the Fire Department it 
gave the new men the opportunity to work and learn from others outside the Fire 
Department here in Town. They were exposed to training of a basic nature that the 
Fire Department here in Cohasset will not be able to provide because neither the 
Town nor any surrounding Town has the means to train in this area of firefighting. 

Emergency Medical Technician Instructor-Coordinator 

The Fire Department for 1983 trained in EMS in-house for over 375 hours. All 
department members are CPR trained. The Fire Department received from the Call 
Force (4) cold water wet suits for water rescue. This is another of many pieces of 
equipment that the Fire Department has received from its Call Force. 

Equipment and Mechanics Report: 

The equipment of the Fire Department is modern in design. It has been the policy 
to purchase the required tools and appliances as the need and availability of funds 
will permit. 

Keeping the various items in good working order and readiness is an on-going 
function of the department. 

The Fire Department started a new apparatus check-off list that is used the first 
day of each working day tour of duty. This check-off list keeps a closer look on the tools 
and apparatus within the Fire Department and if there is a need for repair, it is 
reported to the Chief of Department and the mechanic as soon as possible. This idea 
is to address problems early while they are small and before they become big in the 
need of repairs and costs. 

All repairs on the apparatus are done in-house, whenever possible, by the F/F 
mechanic with his knowledge in making the repairs and if not in-house, then the 
repairs must be sent out. 

The F/F Mechanic has reported that there is a need to replace A-28, the Fire 
Department Ambulance, because of its age, high mileage and numerous repairs that 
must be done to this piece of equipment just to keep it on the road. 



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The F/F Mechanic also reports the need to replace the 1973 Ford-Farrar 1,000 
GPM pumper because of all the major repair work that must be done to bring this 
piece of apparatus up to top condition. It needs body work done to the cap and body 
and a new tank is needed. The pump is in need of a major overhaul and rebuilding. 
This piece of Fire Department apparatus gets more use than any other. It has had 
body work done in the past and is in need of it being done again. The other Engines 
and Ladder Truck are all in good order at this time. 

The Ladder Truck was tested by a National Testing Company in February and 
December of 1983. 

The Fire Department's major goals in the upcoming year 1984 will be to improve 
its training for all Fire Deaprtment personnel and to improve in its Fire Prevention 
work to better serve the Taxpayers of Cohasset. 

I would like to thank the following departments for their cooperation in helping 
the Fire Department run more effectively. The Building, Health, Water, Highway, 
Tree and Park, School and the many other people that went out of their way to help us 
better serve you, the people of the Town of Cohasset, 

The Board of Selectmen and all the people in the Town Hall that we here in the 
Fire Department work with on a day to day basis, 

To all the committees and boards for all their understanding, guidance and 
cooperation, my sincere Thanks, and finally, 

To all the Officers and men of the Fire Department, Thank You. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Martin W. Dooley 

Chief of Department 
Cohasset Fire Department 



Government Island Study Committee 

In 1946 this Committee was established to oversee the "Island" and to make 
recommendations as to maintenance, improvements and beautification of the area. 
The Committee is advisory only, has no budget and spends no money. Any monies 
spent on the "Island" are authorized by the Selectmen or by vote of the Town 
Meeting. 

This past year we have held four meetings to discuss: 

1. The present condition of the property. 

2. The question of the leasing of the parking lot to Hugo's. 

3. Recommendations pertaining to the repair of the fence and templates. 

The fence along the Gulf has been repaired and repainted and some work was 
done on the Minot Light Templates. No final action was taken on the question of the 
parking lot leasing. 

The Committee feels that the "Island" is very important to the Town in three 
distinct ways. 

— It is one of the Town's more important historical sites and draws 
visitors here. 

— It serves as a base for the commercial fishing and lobstering industry. 

— It is the center of recreational sailing and boating activities as well as 
general recreational activities. 



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Again I wish to thank the members for their interest and attendance at the 
meetings. This Committee is volunteer and it takes a certain type of person to take on 
this responsibility. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Vivian McCormack, Secretary 

Richard P. Barrow 

Edward J. Figuieredo 

Robert James 

Noel Ripley 

Harry H. Ritter 



Cohasset Harbor Committee 

In February of 1983 the study program for the improvement of the Government 
Island pier was completed by the firm of Anderson-Nichols of Boston. This study con- 
tained the environmental and marine engineering analysis work required prior to 
final engineering design and construction. It also outlined a concept for the new pier 
that was developed by Anderson-Nichols after inputs from open meetings of the Har- 
bor Committee. 

In December a bill to provide qualifying towns with fifty percent of the funding for 
harbor improvement projects was passed by the Massachusetts legislature. 
Preliminary work was started by the committee, Anderson-Nichols, and the Executive 
Secretary to prepare a grant application for these funds, locate additional funding, 
and prepare a presentation of the pier project for the town meeting of April, 1984. 

The committee also made recommendations to the Selectmen for overnight fees 
for all local and visiting boats that do not have a mooring permit for Cohasset Harbor. 
These and subsequent recommendations in the coming year will concentrate on the 
user fee concept for making the harbor a self-supporting recreational and commercial 
facility of the town. 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 

James Gallagher 

Herbert Jason 

Roger Porter 

Harry Ritter, Harbormaster 

Glenn Salvador 

Warren Thomson 



Harbor Department 



This was the first year for issuing mooring decals to boat owners for identifying 
persons who own a mooring and pay a fee to the Town to moor their boats. It was a 
great help in getting mooring fees paid by June 1st in accordance with the by-laws. All 
mooring decals issued must be fixed to the stern on the port quarter and only on boats 

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that are on file with the Harbormaster. Violation of this practice will automatically 
result in loss of mooring space in the harbor. 

There also was a revision of waiting list procedures adopted by the Selectmen. A 
person on the waiting list with the oldest date will be given first choice to any mooring 
that becomes available regardless of what length boat the space will accommodate. If 
a person refuses said available space he does not lose his position on the list. This 
procedure must be adhered to for the best interest of all concerned. 

It is a pleasure to report that vandalism and theft was of a very small nature in 
ratio to the amount of inventory that is in the harbor during the prime summer 
months. Not enough can be said for the person assigned to Night Patrol for a job well 
done. 

The control of water skiing in Little Harbor was vastly improved by the placing of 
signs in the area, increasing Harbor Patrol and making the appointment of Ed Long as 
Assistant Harbormaster. Mr. Long did a splendid job. This is a thankless task with no 
pay. It is very hard to please all concerned without the proper manpower. The boat 
owner who turns his boat over to his kids for water skiing is responsible for abiding by 
the applicable by-law. All persons using Little Harbor for water skiing should 
familiarize themselves with this by-law. The co-operation of all concerned will make 
this area of recreation utilized fairly. 

At the Annual Town Meeting there will be several articles for by-law changes or 
new ones added. I urge all persons who are boat oriented to attend Town Meeting and 
to voice their opinions. I also recommend that anyone who has input concerning the 
harbor, or is not familiar with harbor by-laws and mooring regulations, attend the 
Harbor Study Committee meetings which are held the first Thursday of every month. 

There was a great deal of time, effort and money spent in court this past year to 
straighten out the area known as "Bailey's Creek." There has been no court decision 
as yet, but it is hoped that the Town's position will be upheld. 

As usual, my personal thanks to the Harbor Department Personnel and all other 
Town Agencies who assisted the Harbor Department during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harry H. Ritter 

Harbormaster 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

Formed in February of 1983, the Hazardous Material Advisory Committee is well 
on its way to completing an inventory of all hazardous material under the Town's of- 
ficial jurisdiction. Survey forms were prepared and distributed to all departments 
which may possess hazardous materials. Future plans include extending the survey to 
include all commercial establishments in Cohasset. 

Plans are also underway to organize a household hazardous material collection 
day. An outside contractor licensed to dispose of hazardous materials will be available 
and residents can dispose of their hazardous materials such as paints and garden 
sprays. In addition, a listing of service stations in the area who will accept used motor 
oil has been completed, and will be published by the local press. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jeffrie A. Bettinger 

Chairman 

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Board of Health 

The Board of Health has continued to operate with Elaine Eliopoulos acting as 
Health Agent. In October, 1983, Ms. Marion Douglas resigned from the position of 
Secretary/Clerk to the Board of Health and Ms. Carol Oteri was hired. In April, 1983, 
Barbara Kern was re-elected to the board to serve for three years. 

As reported in 1982, the Cedar Street Landfill has been capped and an expan- 
sion area created. The new area has been in use since December, 1982. Seeding of 
the old landfill area has been completed, but may need to be patched during the spr- 
ing of 1984. 

The use of the red containers for trash deposition and transportation has resulted 
in favorable comments from the townspeople. This operation is much cleaner and 
easier for the people using the landfill. Increased diesel fuel consumption, however, 
has been noted. In attempts to reduce these fuel expenditures, an alternative 
transport road was constructed by the landfill personnel. This was accomplished 
through the use of comletely donated material. The cost of material and labor had 
been estimated at about $10,000. At certain points in the operation of the landfill, the 
new road will afford a shorter route, thus, less fuel consumption. 

Mandatory recycling of newspapers is still in effect. Thanks to all those who take 
the time to separate out the newspapers, glass, and aluminum cans. Our plan to recy- 
cle waste oil proved to be more problematic than useful. The possibility of receiving 
oil contaminated with PCB's would create a financial burden to the town. However, 
for those "do-it-yourself" mechanics, the Hazardous Materials Committee is compil- 
ing a list of all service stations that will accept your waste. Please do not dispose of 
your waste oil at the landfill. 

The Board of Health has continued to monitor the privately owned landfill in the 
town and there is litigation pending. A resolution of the issues involved may be reach- 
ed by the summer of 1984. 

With regard to the food establishments in town, each one has been inspected at 
least twice, and some have been inspected as many as six times. Throughout the year, 
the board has offered three food sanitation seminars. The seminar format provides 
information on food-borne diseases, method of prevention, and proper sanitary 
techniques. The response to the seminars has been good. 

Repairs to existing septic systems have been ongoing throughout the year, with 
the bulk of the failures occurring during the springtime. When the groundwater is 
high, each repair that is performed requires at least three inspections by the health 
agent. The Board of Health is experiencing difficult situations where repair 
possibilities are limited. New construction of septic systems has been carefully 
monitored to ensure compliance with the approved design. Each new system installed 
requires three to four inspections by the health agent. Throughout the approval pro- 
cess, it is important that all concerned boards critically review the proposal so that we 
do not further complicate drainage problems in the town. 

The Board of Health has continued its efforts in the area of ensuring that children 
in rental units are not exposed to dangerous levels of lead paint. All of the family day 
care centers that we are aware of have been satisfactorily deleaded. Generally, re- 
quests for lead paint inspections have increased and deleading has been completed in 
several rental units. We have met with cooperation from the owners responsible for 
the deleading. 

The number of animal licenses in the town has increased, due to the board's ef- 
forts to locate all the animals and work closely with owners to obtain the proper 

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licenses. Efforts have also been made to ensure proper follow-up on immunizations 
for equine encephalitis and brucellosis. 

During the summer months, the board performs regular testing of all the public 
bathing beaches. The tests evaluate contamination by fecal coliform. If the bacterial 
counts exceed certain standards, the beach would be closed and posted until such 
time as counts were within safe swimming levels. Public swimming pools In town 
have also been routinely inspected annually. 

Following is a summary of permits issued: 

Subsurface Disposal: 

DWCP'S 

New 13 

Repair 27 

Septic system installers 19 

Septage haulers 7 

Garbage: 

Trash haulers 5 

Business dumping permits 14 

Animals: 

Dog bites 12 

Horse permits 20 

Stable perm its 6 

Goats 2 

Pigs 1 

Chickens 2 

Cows 1 

Food: 

Frozen Desserts 2 

Milk & Cream 24 

Food Service 23 

Retail Food 13 

Catering 8 

Pools 2 

* Please note that there were two printing errors in the 1982 Annual Report. Horse 
permits issued were 12, not 52 and Food Service permits issued numbered 24, not 
10. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Marilyn Sweeney, Chairman 

Elaine Eliopoulos, Health Agent 

Board of Health 



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Recycling Committee Report to Board of Health 

During 1983 the Recycling Committee, appointed by the Board of Selectmen and 
reporting to the Board of Health, has functioned with the purpose of encouraging 
recycling of newspaper, aluminum, white metal and glass. Through the help of 
JoeLaugelle, John Barnes, and the recycling monitor, Steve Leighton, effective efforts 
have helped obtain our objectives. 

Peter Laugelle, through the Park Department, has provided wood chips to 
enhance the appearance of the area. Also many interested and concerned citizens on 
occasion have lent a hand and/or a word of encouragement. 

Cohasset Boy Scouts from Troop 28 have worked on various service projects for 
the Town in the area of approach signs and slogans to encourage citizens to recycle, 
painting of storage drums and work platforms, sorting and returning of returnable 
cans and bottles. A special locked container is provided for collection of returnables. 

We feel that considerable bulk was turned to income rather than placed in the 
town landfill to take up costly space, with little or no cost to the taxpayer. 

With the advent of the "Bottle Bill," the feeling was that our project would "dry 
up;" to the contrary, the volume has continued surprisingly stable, with drop only in 
brown glass. Price fluctuation has effected income at times, but with the continuing ef- 
fort of our recycling monitor, glass has been maintained "clean" (no foreign material) 
and brought top dollar return. 

Aluminum and cans have been delivered by volunteers to Sugarman in Quincy 
several times a year. 

White metal, with little or no demand, has been picked up by thus alleviating 
disposal in landfill. 

Periodic attempts at establishing a "want" table have proven interesting. Tables 
of articles "too good" to throw away have been displayed, and said articles have 
found their way away from the landfill in someone's trunk. 

Discussion and research into waste oil recycling have proven discouraging with 
the possibility of presenting liability to the Town; therefore action stopped. 

Burnable scrap wood has been considered, but manner of policing and location 
have not been satisfactorily resolved by the committee. 

A compost area for leaves has also been under review, but to date no suitable 
locale has been developed. 

Participation in a survey conducted by Dept of Environmental Management, 
Bureau of Solid Waste Disposal, of Massachusetts towns engaged in recycling con- 
firmed that Cohasset was as active as any other town of our size, with the possible ex- 
ception of waste oil and scrap wood and lumber. 

The Recycling Committee and personnel at the landfill would like to thank every 
citizen who has taken the extra minutes to recycle, regardless of the size of contribu- 
tion, this past year. We all know our landfill life is limited, and, with cooperation, 
recycling can continue to extend its life, reduce cost to the taxpayer, and establish a 
recycling pattern that could continue effectively even beyond the life of the landfill 
itself. 

The Recycling Committee was sorry to lose Ken Thayer to retirement due to 
health problems in early 1983. His untiring effort "above and beyond" his normal 
paid duties put us all to shame. With a slight gap, when the Committee itself pitched in 
on weekends and sometimes during the week, we were fortunate to have Steve 
Leighton come along and fill the position. 



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1983 









Cubic 




Income Cost 


Profit 


Yards 


Glass 


$2,262.00*$1,651.00 


$611.00 


45 


Aluminum 


283.14 None 


283.14 


25 


Paper— Boy Scouts 


1450 None 


None 


1,220 


White Metal 


None None 


None 


Est.400 + 



Glass cost indicates bin rental and transportation. 



Report of the Social Service League 
Board of Health Nursing Services 

The Social Service League under contract with the Board of Health offers public 
health nursing services to the town residents. These services include family health, 
disease control and health promotion. The League office at 16 Highland Avenue is 
open for blood pressure screening, urine testing, T.B. testing and general health con- 
sultation, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., and 12 noon to 1 p.m. 

The Keep-Well Clinics are held on a regular monthly schedule. Additional clinics 
available to the residents were: Flu clinics. Hearing clinics, Diabetic Instruction 
courses, Cancer colo rectal screening clinics and a Tetanus clinic. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with Elaine Eliopoulos and the Board of 
Health. 

We are grateful to the many volunteers of the Social Service League for their con- 
tinued service and assistance. 



Flu Immunization Clinics 
Keep-Well Clinics 
Hypertension Screening 
TB Testing 
Disease Control 
Health Promotion 


Sessions 
2 

20 
on going program 
on going program 
on going program 
on going program 


Visits/Tests 

340 
471 

352 home visits 
526 office visits 

878 total 


Diabetes Instruction 
Cancer colo rectal screening 
Tetanus Clinic 
Hearing Clinics 


4 

1 
1 
2 


19 

4 

22 

Margaret Loud 

Public Health Nurse 



Highway Surveyor 

It is with pride and pleasure that I subm it the following report of work performed 
by the Highway Department during the year 1983. 

As is usual, our department was kept busy during the early months of the year 



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with snow-removal and ice control. It is with no small amount of pride that I call atten- 
tion to the excellent performances of my men, regular employees and the hired con- 
tractors. These men continually prove themselves to be dependable, conscientious, 
and dedicated to making Cohasset's streets the safest in the area during those critical 
winter months. It is my hope that Cohasset citizens are as proud of them as I am. 

in the Spring, as soon as weather permitted, we began our road-sweeping pro- 
gram. Every street and roadway was swept several times during this period. We had 
many mechanical problems with our old, tired sweeper; but through the remarkable 
expertise of our mechanic. Dale Sestito, we were able to get through this important 
"clean-up" program. Also during this period, all catch basins were cleaned of ac- 
cumulated winter debris. 

The summer months saw us beginning our annual repairs on catch basins and 
drainage in various sections of town. In total we rebuilt 14 catch basins, installed 3 
new basins and installed 3 new manholes. In conjunction with the above projects, we 
installed 112 feet of 8" concrete pipe, 48 feet of 10" concrete pipe, 40 feet of PVC 
pipe and 40 feet of aluminum pipe. During this time, we also completed a major 
drainage project on Beechwood and Doane Streets by installing 530 feet of 21" re- 
inforced concrete pipe. 

Our resurfacing program was very successful during 1983. The following is a 
summary of work performed: 468 tons of grader patching with Type I bituminous 
concrete; 9,059 gallons of MC800 for surface treatment; 1,864 tons of Type I 
bituminous concrete, partially financed by State funds. During this time, we also 
resurfaced 1,000 feet of sidewalks in various sections of town. 

This past year, we tried something new in road patching techniques. We did 
infra-red patching on sections of Border, Pond, Beechwood, No. Main and So. Main 
Streets and Margin Court. The results of this type of patching have been extra- 
ordinary so far. Funds permitting, I would like to incorporate this method of patching 
into our regular road maintenance program. 

All fences and street signs were repaired, painted and, where necessary, re- 
placed. Brooks and streams were cleaned and roadsides mowed. 

In October, our department took delivery of a new Ford F800 dump truck with a 
catch basin cleaner. Funds for the purchase of this equipment were voted at the April 
town meeting. The truck has been equipped for snow removal and is a very valuable 
addition to our equipment. 

We applied for, and were awarded a grant from the Governor's Highway Safety 
Bureau in the amount of $2,025.00. These funds were used for the purchase of a 
Work Zone Protection Kit. The items in this kit will make our work projects safer, both 
for the men of my department and the public at large. 

Now, as I finish my second full term as Highway Surveyor, I should like to take 
this opportunity to thank all the other departments for their support and cooperation, 
especially Peter Laugelle of the Tree and Park Department and Ben Curley of the 
Water Department. Their assistance on many different occasions have been most ap- 
preciated. I particularly want to thank the men of my department for their continued 
fine work and cooperation. As usual, they have been responsible for a most produc- 
tive year for the Highway Department. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Harold W. Litchfield 

Highway Surveyor 



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Cohasset Historical Commission 

After working for five years on the "Captain's Walk," circling Cohasset Harbor, 
we hope the project will be completed this spring. The "Walk" will depict Cohasset 
Harbor as it was one hundred years ago, when the Cove area was the center of the 
town's commerce. There will be three porcelainized pictorial maps, graphically il- 
lustrating the ships, buildings, wharfs and surrounding places of interest. The ten sta- 
tions will each have a plaque describing what took place and the significance of the 
points of interest. Robert Sweeney, the artist, has done an outstanding creative job. 
Pat Murphy, the project chairperson, has guided the direction of the historic walk. 

David Wadsworth is continuing inventoring antique houses. Currently, the large 
Victorian summer houses are being examined and catalogued. The summer houses of 
the town offer a rich history that has basically been neglected. 

Primarily, the justification for the existence of the Cohasset Historical Commis- 
sion is to help preserve the flavor and character of the town. We welcome concerned 
citizens to offer suggestions and projects, as well as attending our meetings. We meet 
the second Monday of each month. 

Respectfully submitted; 

Betty Enders, Secretary 

Mary Fleming 

Grace Tuckerman 

Roger Leonard 

David Wadsworth 

Noel Ripley, Chairman 



Cohasset Housing Authority 

Maintaining and improving Harborview complex continues to be an ongoing con- 
cern. Storm patio doors and weatherstripping are just some of the energy related 
measures instituted this year in an effort to better serve the tenants and to control 
utility expenses. 

Occupancy at the complex continues to be 100% and vacancies are filled im- 
mediately. There is a waiting list. 

In conjunction with the town, plans are being formulated to increase subsidized 
housing and the Board will be informed by the State when funds for this project 
become available. 

The Authority wishes to express its thanks to all of the town organizations and in- 
dividuals who have helped this community throughout this year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lloyd W. Prescott, Chairman 

John D. Muncey, Vice-Chairman 

Marguerite Libby, Treasurer 

Ralph Perroncello, Assistant Treasurer 

Leo Happenny, Assistant Secretary 



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Annual Report of the Chairman, Trustees of the 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

The year 1983 once again saw our library in its long-accustomed role as a major 
cultural, recreational and social resource of the Town. In many ways, the various col- 
lections and the associated services enriched the quality of life among Cohasset 
people. 

The benefits are possible because of the willing support of taxpayers and Town 
governmental entities. Beyond the basic tax support, however, are the decisive and 
enthusiastic contributions of a number of people who make the Library the valuable 
and enjoyable resource that it is: 

The paid staff, full-time and part-time, continues to render helpful 
and efficient service in ways that evoke repeated praise. 

The Friends of the Library contribute many hours of highly effective 
volunteer time without which the Library could not function. In addition, 
the Friends raise money and spend it generously on Library needs not 
covered by the Town budget. 

Many other citizens of the Town make generous money gifts as well 
as donations of books, magazines, pictures, etc. 

All of these efforts and examples of generosity add up to crucial support for the 
Town's library. 

The minutes of the Trustee meetings, held each month, describe the activities 
and the concerns of the Board over the past year. A sampling of such matters in- 
cludes: 

The death this year of Evelyn Wood, long-time and revered Staff 
Librarian, brought an outpouring of generous gifts in her memory. 
Similar memorial gifts were received on behalf of others throughout the 
year. 

A concern that wage treatment be equitable among all Town 
employees, whether unionized or not. Such equity includes parity of 
benefits on a pro rata basis for our part-time employees. 

Taking full advantage of the potentialities of the new cable television 
community programming opportunity. 

The Nantasket Library closed its doors this year. While not a part of 
our library, it is sad to see an old friend pass on. 

The concern that the Library building be properly maintained led to 
an inspection in detail by Trustees which will be evaluated by contractors 
to help in determining necessary repairs, if any. 

On an editorial note, there still seems to be room for consideration by the 
Trustees of key issues and establishment of priorities. As in the business and educa- 
tional worlds, there is always the need for long-range planning which will better 
harness the professionism of the Library staff to the regionalization, mechanization 
and upgrading opportunities of tomorrow. 

David Chittim, Chairman 
Trustees of the Paul Pratt Memorial Library 



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Report of the Librarian 

Development & Use of the Collections, July 1982— June 1983 









With- 


Total Lx)ans for 




Purchased 


Gifts 


drawn 


Holdings Home Use 


Adult nonfiction 


1,584 


276 


1,144 


25,833 24,392 


Adult fiction 


871 


87 


1,004 


9,856 32,717 


Children's books 


1,188 


42 


912 


13,270 25,596 


Audiovisual materials— Adult 


11 




86 


1,046 864 


Audiovisual materials— Children 


86 




12 


601 1,188 


Periodical subscriptions 


148 


45 




193 13,530 


Museum memberships 




4 




4 488 


Films (16mm) from the Regional Library System 






25 


Audiovisual equipment 








10 77 


TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 








98,877 



These loans include 581 books to Cohasset schools in 80 classroom deposit col- 
lections; and 336 books to nursing homes, in 43 visits. 

Loans equal 14 per capita, compared with the state average of 6 loans per capita. 
In-house use of materials and staff services is an equally important part of the library 
activity. 

New Borrowers. During 1983, 389 adults and 158 children took out their first loans. 
Of these 547 new borrowers, 144 are non-residents, mostly from Scituate. 

Reserve Requests. Written requests for books and information not on shelf totalled 
about 4,320. All were filled but 68—28 because the library's book or magazine was 
missing; 5 because we could not verify the title or thought the title unsuitable for pur- 
chase or interlibrary loan; and 35 because the interlibrary loan system did not supply. 
About 360 requests were not picked up by the persons requesting them. 

Interlibrary Loan. Seven deposits (195 volumes) of large-print books were loaned to 
us by Quincy, Weymouth and Sharon. Hingham filled 78 requests. Of 134 requests 
sent to our regional library, Quincy, 99 (74% ) were filled by Quincy (38), Boston (10), 
and six other libraries. 

Special Children's Services. 

— 84 preschool story hours, family story hours, and "share-a-classic" 
reading aloud programs, with attendance of 969. 

— 107 story-telling programs in the Cohasset schools. 

— 16 film programs in the schools. 

— 13 bibliographies prepared for the schools. 

— 80 classroom deposits, 581 volumes. 

— Summer Reading Incentive Program, with 108 children reading 
2,200 books. Thanks to the school department for lending the library a 
microcomputer for the summer; and to students Bill Langmaid, Arthur 
Meacham and Wayne Thomas for many hours in developing a com- 
puter program for the reading activity; and to Jill Crafts, Hope Seeley 
and Liz Koopman-Wyman for the end-of-summer party. 

— 15 classes visited the library for instruction in how to use the library. 

— Training for story-telling volunteers. 

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Volunteers 

Loan desk and office (33 volunteers) 2,120 hours 

43 nursing home visits (336 loans) 172 hours 

Friendsof the Library board members 120 hours 

Story hours (43 volunteers) 220 hours 

Junior volunteers (38 young people) 432 hours 

Total hours, 3,064, equals two full-time staff. We especially acknowledge the service 
of Ursula Connors, who moved from Cohasset in November, after 13 years of 
volunteer work in the library of over 200 hours a year. 

Gifts 

Quinn Kelly, in memory of Andrea, Amy and Andrew Nardo. 
Ruth Cumner, in memory of Alexander Acheson. 
Community Garden Club, in memory of General Edward Logan. 
Library staff, in memory of LeRoy Chandler. 
Locke & Dick Tousley, in memory of Albert Blanchard. 
Harold & Sandra Stern, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
^^cKp^^f^ Mr. and Mrs. Parker ShefieW, in memory of Albert Blanchard. 
Henry and Virginia Porter, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
Grace & Ellery Clark, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
John Svennigsen, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bates, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
Mrs. Edward Tower, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCarthy, in memory of Ruth Winters. 
Amateur Gardeners of Cohasset, in memory of Marjorie Ingram. 
Cohasset Garden Club, in memory of Barbara Crampton. 
Anonymous; story hour expenses. 
Brockton Art Museum; family passes for one year. 
South Shore NOW; book fund. 

Friends of the Cohasset Library; museum passes, book funds, supplies, 
and expenses. 

Evelyn B. Wood, 1915-1983. Evelyn was a children's librarian and assistant 
librarian here for 32 years, until her retirement in July, 1981. She was a first-rate 
person, co-worker, and public servant— good-humored, always ready to help a co- 
worker or library user, patient despite interruptions during detailed tasks, always 
ready to learn or teach. She would come in early, and stay late, and work with great 
energy and efficiency all the hours between. We missed her, on the staff. As her 
health permitted, she came and did volunteer work. With the entire community, we 
were saddened at her death in March. 

A book endowment fund in her memory was created by a generous gift from Mr. 
and Mrs. F. Gregg Bemis. Other major donors to this fund were: The Richard H. 
Wallace Family; Mrs. Richard Chute; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Williams; Dr. and Mrs. 
Edward F. Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 0. Wood, Jr.; Joseph E. Wood; and The 
Friends of the Cohasset Library, Inc. 



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Report of the 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Pursuant to Chapter 40B, Section 26 of the Massachusetts General Laws, the 
Town of Cohasset is a member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, the 
regional planning agency for 101 communities in the metropolitan Boston area. 

In 1983, the Town of Cohasset was represented on the Council by Martha 
Gjesteby (appointed to a 3-year term by the Selectmen on June 1, 1982). Martha 
Gjesteby was active in Council affairs, and served as a member of the Executive Com- 
mittee and the Transportation Technical Advisory Committee. 

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council prepares regionwide plans and policies 
which relate to issues in land use, environmental quality, housing, economic develop- 
ment and transportation. In 1983, the Metropolitan Area Planning Council provided 
the following regionwide services to its member communities, including the Town of 
Cohasset: 

• Overall Economic Development Program (OEDP)— Prepared in accordance with 
federal guidelines, including a list of local economic development projects eli- 
gible for federal funding. 

• Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)— within the framework of the 
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), participated in its review and adop- 
tion, including a list of local transportation improvement projects eligible for 
federal financial assistance. 

• Industrial Sites Survey— produced, in association with the Massachusetts 
Department of Commerce and Development, a detailed inventory of vacant com- 
mercial and industrial sites in each community. 

• Hazardous Waste Materials Disposal Guidelines— to help communities manage 
hazardous materials and to properly dispose of hazardous wastes. 

• Coastal Zone Management Program— developed an emergency oil-spill response 
and clean-up program for coastal communities. 

• Transportation Program Guide— a complete description of the application 
process and funding sources for local transportation projects. 

• Center Revitalization Manual— produced to help communities implement 
strategies to improve and revitalize aging downtown commercial districts. 

• Southeast Expressway Reconstruction— provided public information and 
outreach to limit the impact of the project on commuters from the South Shore 
and other areas. 

• Population and Employment Forecast— projected employment growth and 
population trends for all communities in the MAPC region through the year 
2010. 

• Third Harbor Tunnel/Central Artery Policy— included an in-depth analysis of the 
alternatives and the impact on the region. 

• Bicycle Commuting Program— detailed strategies for employers in the region to 
increase bicycle commuting options through in-house promotion and access to 
bicycle parking facilities. 

In addition to developing regional plans and policies, the Metropolitan Area Plan- 



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ning Council provides services to its member communities by providing local 
technical assistance upon request (free up to two weeks, then at cost) for projects in 
zoning, planning, site analysis, traffic, groundwater protection and other areas. The 
Town of Cohasset requested and received technical assistance for landfill expansion 
plans. Other services included: 

• Keeping local officials informed of legislative changes of potential concern to 
communities in the areas of MAPC involvement via the Council newsletter, Up 
On The Hill, published 3-4 times while the legislature is in session. 

• Providing objective reviews and comments on proposed zoning amendments and 
open space plans to help communities and reduce chances of legal challenge or 
disapproval. 

• Helping communities prepare applications for State and Federal funding. 

• Analyzing census data including population, income, housing, employment and 
land use information. 

Under several different programs, MAPC works with its member communities to 
review the impact of a variety of projects. Through the environmental impact process, 
MAPC helps member communities assess the environmental effects of proposed proj- 
ects requiring State or Federal funding or permits. Via the process known as the A-95 
(formerly Federally mandated, now operated by the State), the Council helps inform 
and counsel cities and towns on the development of publicly-funded projects. MAPC is 
also responsible for the review and evaluation of State capital expenditure projects, 
industrial revenue bonds (IRBs) and urban development action grants (UDAGs). 

Forthe period July 1, 1982— December 31, 1983, MAPC reviewed 144 A-95 ap- 
plications representing approximately $380 million in Federally-assisted projects. 
The staff and representatives also reviewed and commented on 31 environmental 
reviews (both State and Federal) for projects representing an estimated $4.3 billion in 
construction activities. 

In addition, the Council received notice that 224 Industrial Revenue Bonds were 
issued totaling approximately $527,389,879 and reviewed 110 Capital Outlay Re- 
quest projects totaling $250,348,539. 

For the Town of Cohasset, MAPC reviewed three environmental assessments, 
technically titled an Environmental Notification Form (ENF), totaling an estimated 
$1.4 million in construction costs. Cohasset's MAPC representative also commented 
on various transportation and health-related proposals for the region. 

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council is an autonomous public agency 
governed by representatives of its member cities and towns. Its membership also in- 
cludes 34 heads of selected State and Boston agencies and gubernatorial appointees 
for a total of 135 members. 

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council is funded by local assessment at the rate 
of approximately $.17 per capita, and by Federal and State grants for transportation, 
economic development and environmental planning. Like its member communities, 
the Council is subject to Proposition 2V2. 

Local officials and citizens interested in regional planning issues affecting 
Cohasset are encouraged to contact the MAPC representative for more information. 

Sincerely, 
Martha Gjesteby 

MAPC Representative 



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Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are 
pleased to submit the following report of our activities during 1983. 

The Project is a special district, created by the State Legislature in 1957, that is 
now composed of 20 Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and the Town of 
Cohasset in Norfolk County. Approximately 350,000 people are served at an annual 
per capita cost of $1.05. 

1983 was a difficult year for mosquito control operators in southeastern 
Massachusetts. A warm winter and heavy rains resulted in heavy mosquito 
breeding, especially of the species responsible for transmitting Eastern Equine 
Encephalitis. During August, crews were operating nearly 24 hours per day, 7 days 
per week, to lower the potential for transmission of this deadly and unpredictable 
disease. The Project expects to receive approximately $20,000 from the Governor's 
Emergency Fund to help offset the costs incurred during the outbreak. It is quite 
likely however, that more Encephalitis activity will occur in 1984. 

In order to prioritize a massive number of possible mosquito control activities 
and thereby make efficient use of a very limited budget, a system has been 
developed to monitor adult and larval mosquito populations across our 603 square 
miles. Voluminous amounts of data are being collected from 1500 to 2000 breeding 
areas thus far located, catalogued, and visited periodically during the warm season. 
With the aid of a newly acquired computer system, we can utilize the data to more 
readily isolate areas where various control methods will result in the greatest relief 
from mosquitoes with minimum hazard or environmental impact. 

During 1983, the Project's accomplishments were greater than any other 
previous year despite per capita expenditures that have not been increased in 
nearly eight years. Previous annual reports have listed various data representing 
the magnitude of accomplishments in various activity catagories on a sum-total 
basis. This year for the first time, again with the aid of a computer, the figures 
specific to the Town of Cohasset are given below. Though mosquitoes ignore 
political boundaries, these figures may provide a better picture of the cost effec- 
tiveness of our program. 

1. Insecticide Application. In the Town of Cohasset, 11,968 acres were treated by 
truck mounted sprayers for the control of adult mosquitoes. Many visits over the 
course of 15 weeks were required to accomplish this. As we have completely con- 
verted to the use of silent electric sprayers used at night, many residents expressed 
dismay believing that we were no longer spraying at all. 

Our greatest increase in effort has occurred in the control of mosquito larvae in 
pools, swamps, marshes and other standing water areas that have been located and 
catalogued. Inspectors periodically collecting data at these sites will treat with rela- 
tively non-toxic larvacides (usually mineral oil) if substantial numbers of larvae are 
found. In Cohasset, a sum-total of 309 visits were made to 64 potential breeding 
sites. Some of these were at the request of Cohasset homeowners with standing 
water on their properties. 

Finally, a total of 90 treatments were made to storm sewer catch basins to pre- 
vent breeding. 

2. Water Management. During 1983, crews removed blockages, brush and 
obstructions from 5375 linear feet of ditches and streams to prevent overflows or 
stagnation that can result in mosquito breeding. This type of work is steadily increas- 



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ing, though reclamation by machine has been temporarily decreased. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information 
about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, sources of breeding, or other matters 
of concern. Controlling mosquitoes and the diseases they carry is a difficult and 
ongoing job that benefits from the input of those affected. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Commissioners: Gary L. Benzon, 

Frank E. Parris, Chairman Superintendent 

G. Ward Stetson, Secretary 
William J. Mara 
Carolyn Brennan 
Richard E. Krugger, Sr. 



Report of Planning Board 



As a resultof the Aerial Survey in 1981, Topographical Maps have been available 
via the Selectmen's Office. A new Town Street Map is also available, and a new Flood 
Plain map should be ready this April, completing this worthwhile project. 

This past year has seen two new cluster developments take shape, and more are 
being proposed. The Board is optimistic about this concept. 

The Board has updated its Common Driveway regulations in order to increase 
safety and shift development costs from the Town to the developer. It has also put into 
effect a regulation whereby the Town will be reimbursed for legal costs in connection 
with development, as it already is for engineering costs. 

Zoning By-Law changes are being presented to the 1984 Annual Town Meeting. 
These are designed to clean up what the court considered to be ambiguities sufficient 
to bring an adverse decision in the Bell case. 

While we have yet to see an unassailable Zoning By-Law, the Board, in an effort 
to clarify what we have, plans to submit a revised By-Law to the Annua I Town Meeting 
in 1985. 

This year the Board welcomed new member, Robert Sturdy, who replaced Bar- 
bara Power, whose hard work and considerable contributions in bringing into being 
the Aerial Survey and Cluster Zoning will serve us well into the future. 

John F. OToole, Chairman 
Christine Basset 
Patrick A. Plante 
Daniel C. Cotton 
Robert H. Sturdy 



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Police Department 



UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1983 STATISTICS 

Cleared by 
Investigation 
Offense Reported Summons or Arrest 

Assaults 9 9 

Breaking & Entering 17 12 

B & E Motor Vehicle 11 6 

Larceny 144 30 

Auto Theft 4 4 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 198 

Traffic Citations Issued 1,584 

Residential & Business Alarms Answered 538 

Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered 4 

Bicycles Registered 44 

Official Complaints Received 3,540 

Department Vehicles— Patrol Mileage 156,729 

Special Details 755 



RECORD OF ARRESTS 

Offense 

Abuse Petition 
Assaults Battery P.O. 
Breaking & Entering Daytime 
Breaking & Entering Nightime 
Breaking & Entering Motor Vehicle 
CHINS (Child in need services) 
Disorderly conduct 
Larceny 

Larceny of motor vehicle 
Malicious Destruction of Property 
Motor vehicle violations (misc.) 
Operating under influence liquor 
Protective custody 
Narcotic violations 
Possession of Short Lobsters 
Minor in possession of alcohol 
Arrested on warrants 
Receiving stolen property 
Procuring liquor for minor 
Violation of prison furlough 



Male 

1 

1 

3 

3 

6 

1 

2 

3 

4 

3 

9 

14 

18 

10 

1 

17 

44 

4 

1 

1 



Female 



Total Arrests— 168 



FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court Fines & Assessments 

Parking Violations 



$10,714.00 
. 18,227.00 



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License Fees 802.00 

Requests for Police Reports 590.90 

Total $30,333.90 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 

Coh asset Police Department 



Recreation Director's Annual Report 

It is with pleasure that the report of the Recreation Department is submitted to 
the residents of Cohasset. 

During the Fiscal Year 1983, July 1, 1982 thru June 30, 1983, approximately 
5,000 individuals of all ages, participated in the various structured recreation pro- 
grams, special events, and activities. This figure remains fairly consistent each year. 
Again this year, we are indebted to the many adult and youth volunteers who gave 
graciously of time, effort and expertise which was essential to our ability to conduct 
many programs that budget restrictions would not have otherwise allowed. 

Expanded utilization of the Revolving Account Fund has increased our ability to 
conduct a number of specialized programs and trips. During Fiscal 1983, a total of 
$7,229.00 was transacted through the Revolving Account Fund, providing programs 
that were paid for 100% by the participants, hence, no reflection on the budget or tax 
dollar. 

Approximately another $5,000.00 was directed to third party vendor payments, 
affording additional programming with no reflection on the budget or taxation. 

The Recreation Department collected, via fees, a total of $19,787.00 during 
Fiscal Year 1983. $6,247.00 from program receipts, and $13,540.00 Facility Per- 
mits. (To date, however, a total of $24,500.00 had been collected from the 1983, 
Facility Permit issuance, about half of it will not be reflected until the F.Y. 1984 
reporting). 

Generated revenue by the Recreation Department is deposited in the General 
Fund of the Town and is applied to help offset the tax rate during the next Fiscal Year. 

It is with a deep sense of loss and much regret that we report the passing of Mrs. 
Nancy E. Sladen, who, since 1977, was an active productive member and officer of 
the Recreation Commission. Her loss is shared by the entire community. 

In our effort to maintain the quality and quantity of programming for all-aged 
residents of the Town, we encourage residents to provide us with input as to the types 
of programs and activities that they would like to see established, continued or discon- 
tinued. While all programs are being constantly evaluated as to need, we rely on the 
input of residents as a major guideline. Please feel free to write, call, or stop in at the 
Recreation Office on the 1st floor of the Town Hall, to discuss your thoughts and 
ideas. 

Plans are being evaluated for construction of a play lot on the old Beechwood Fire 
Station site. While the area is somewhat restricted in size, it is felt that a variety of ac- 
tive recreational possibilities may be provided on the site. Basketball hoops, tennis 
bang boards, and a variety of other possibilities are currently being considered. 
Necessary monies for the project will be requested from two sources. 1) Use of the 
interest from the principal of the Beechwood Improvement Association Fund. 2) An 



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Article in the 1984 Town Warrant. Permission to employ $1,200.00 of interest from 
the BIA principal Fund for the project had been granted by the Town Treasurer, who 
is the overseer of the Fund. A major cost of this project will be for fencing of the area 
necessary for the safety of the children, not only from the street, but ballfield area. 
Providing a functional, safe surface for play will also be a major project. 

The Beechwood area, which is not close to any school facility, and maintains a 
fairly high density of children and youth, is much in need of a neighborhood, multi- 
purpose, active recreational facility. 

Because of the structure of the Recreation Department, we must rely heavily on 
the various other Town Departments for help with our projects, maintenance, and 
daily operation. Special thanks for their continuing efforts and interest should go to 
the School, Highway, Tree and Park, Water, and Wire Departments. 

As previously indicated, volunteers of all ages have made a number of programs 
possible that would not otherwise be possible, if we had to rely on budget monies to 
conduct all programs. Each year there are approximately 100 volunteers who come 
forth to help with various programs such as the Soccer, Basketball, and Street Hockey 
Leagues, special clinics, and numerous events. To give an idea of the impact 
volunteers have within our structure, it would be necessary, if each volunteer were 
paid $5.00 an hour for services, to double our present program salary budget. We all 
owe a debt of gratitude to the people who donate their Saturdays, evenings, and even 
holidays to provide leadership, structure, and expertise for our children and to our 
programs. 

The Recreation Commisison is a seven member, elected Board, charged with 
providing leisure services to all-aged residents of Cohasset. Current members 
are: Richard P. Barrow, Chairman; James L. Gallagher, Vice-Chairman; Mary K. 
Muncey, Secretary; Gerard A. Buckley and AIna Ekberg, Members. The Recreation 
Commission regretfully accepted the resignation this year of Eugene K. Price, who 
served as an active and productive member of the commission since 1976. 

The members of the Recreation Commisison should be thanked for their selfless 
donation of time, effort, and service to the Town of Cohasset. They join me in thanks 
for your continued support of our services. We look forward to serving you, and will 
continue to try to meet the needs of all members of the Community. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley 

Director 



Personnel Committee 

The Personnel Committee has developed new wage bands during this year. 
Negotiations with the Police and Fire Unions has also been started. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John H. Mullett, Chairman 

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Cohasset School Committee 

The past year has been a very difficult one for public education. Many reports 
were issued, editorials written, and speeches made bemoaning the decline in the 
quality of public education. While this may be true in some parts of our country, it is 
not true in Cohasset. Our children continue to excel in their quest for knowledge. We 
should be very proud of what our children are doing scholastically, athletically, and in 
the arts. If the School Committee could take credit for this excellence, it would be a 
feather in our cap; but we know that a caring and dedicated community and an 
equally dedicated staff is the main reason that we have an excellent school system. We 
have set high standards for our schools and we must maintain these standards if our 
children are to continue to be successful in the colleges or careers of their choice. In 
the coming years this dedication will be pushed to the limit. I have no doubt, however, 
that by working together we can solve the problems facing our school system. 

The problems we are facing today, the balancing of declining enrollment 
throughout our system; the lack of financial resources; the need to maintain and 
upgrade our school educational computer offering; the problem of deferred 
maintenance of our facilities, are obstacles which stand in the way of our quest for 
maintenance of excellence. At first glance you would think with fewer students less 
money would be needed, but that is not the case. The escalating cost of maintaining 
our programs has doubled so there is no offset by the reduction of students. We need 
to upgrade our computer education program immediately. In this case we have too 
many students and not enough computers. An investment in added computers will be 
a worthwhile investment for the future well being of our children. The student who is 
not computer literate by the time he or she graduates from high school will be at a 
distinct disadvantage. We have a great computer program with top notch instructional 
staff, but we must continue to upgrade and improve. Thanks to you, we were able to 
hire a mason and begin on a much-needed maintenance program. But again, we are 
faced with large refurbishing projects such as painting of the Osgood School, more 
roof repairs, to list but a few. 

In the past we have been criticized for coming to the Town at odds with the Ad- 
visory Committee. In truth, we respect and appreciate the hard work and energy they 
give to the Town and we look at them as a valuable resource in our community. When 
we come to Town Meeting with a difference of opinion, we do so often after much 
debate and attempted compromise. The final decision in this difference of philosophy 
must be yours, and you, and you alone, will decide your schools' financial level. 

In closing I would like to thank everyone for the great work that was done this 
year. The teachers, parents and administrators that labored long and hard on the 
Absence and Tardiness Policy are a fine example of the continuing dedication to the 
children of Cohasset. When we speak of the schools, we automatically think of 
teachers and administrators. You begin with these people and add the much needed 
support staff. Our custodians, secretaries, food service personnel and bus drivers are 
an integral part of our educational team and we thank them for their day-to-day 
dedication to our children. 

Two gentlemen on whom the schools depend heavily are Harold Litchfield, our 
Highway Supervisor, and Peter Laugelle, Supervisor of the Tree and Park Depart- 
ment. Although their names are seldom associated with school operations, we would 
be hard pressed to do without their talents and expertise in the annual maintenance 
of our grounds and buildings. 

A special thank you to my fellow Committee members for their dedication to the 

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children of Cohasset and to the continuance of quality education. 



Respectfully submitted, 

Richard M. Conley, Chairman 

Cohasset School Committee 



Cohasset School Department 

Fellow Citizens: 

The Cohasset School System opened its doors in September to thirteen hundred 
and forty-three students, with three hundred and thirteen Osgood boys and girls, two 
hundred and forty-one Deer Hill youngsters and seven hundred and eighty-nine 
Junior and Senior High School young men and women. Although student enrollment 
continues to decline as the smaller kindergarten grades of 1976 through 1982 move 
up through our grades, that rate of decline has stopped at the Osgood School. This 
means that after these smaller grades move through the Junior and Senior High 
School, the system will stabilize and then slowly begin to grow. This "mini baby 
boom," as predicted in the early 80's, is the major reason why the town would be ill 
advised to abandon any of its elementary schools. Instead, we must give immediate 
consideration to school building maintenance and repair, which has been delayed 
over the last five-year period of fiscal austerity. Educationally, the school system con- 
tinues to enjoy a fine academic reputation, with 83% of its young people gaining ad- 
mission to a wide variety of colleges and universities as well as post secondary institu- 
tions. This high college placement record is, of course, supported by above average 
scores in Standard Achievement Tests, College Board Examinations, and State of 
Massachusetts Examination in the Improvement of Basic Skills Program. The System 
proudly presents for our citizens' inspection: 

PROFILE OF THE CLASS OF 1984 

Cohasset is a residential community of about 7800 population situated on 
the coast 20 miles south of Boston. Most of the residents are engaged in 
professional occupations and business in the City of Boston. The Town is 
one of a high socio-economic status. 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT-1983-1984 

K-80; Grade 1-68; Grade 2-79; Grade 3-81; Grade 4-76; Grade 5-77; 
Grade 6-88; Grade 7-123; Grade 8-137; Grade 9-121; Grade 10-145; 
Grade 11-123; Grade 12-156; Total 1343. 

ACADEMIC APTITUDE AVERAGE-117 

IOWA TEST OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT- 

The Class of 1984 has maintained an average above the 75th % ile for the 

past 3 years. 

GRADE DISTRIBUTION— based on final grades as Juniors in full-year 
major academic courses only: 

1982-1983 A B C D F 

8% 36% 39% 10% 7% 

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Average grade index for all students in the Junior Year was 2.29 on a 
4-point scale. 

(A = 4; B = 3; C = 2; D = l) 
Percent of Junior/Senior students studying 5 major subject 89%. 
Students are ranked by the recommendation of the N.A.S.S.P. and 
A.A.C.R.A.O. 

ACCREDITATION 

New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools latest 
accreditation— 1982. 

ADVANCED EDUCATION (Class of 1983) 
4-yr. College 2-yr. College Nursing & 

Other Work Service 

63% 14% 6% 15% 2% 

83% to further education 

STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO: 16.7-1 (Includes All Professional Staff) 

All English classes limited to 25 or fewer students. All other classes limited to 30 or 

fewer students. 

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21 

Each subject area is grouped homogeneously, independently of other subjects. Each 
discipline has honors grouping; for example, honors groups in English, history, 
mathematics, science and languages. Cohasset is utilizing the following pro- 
grams— ISCS Science; BSBC Biology; Harvard Project Physics; PSSC Physics, and 
CHEM Chemistry. We have been a participant in the Advanced Placement Program 
for the past 22 years. This year advanced placement courses will be offered in 
Calculus, English, Biology, European History, French, Spanish and Latin. Language 
courses employ the use of a language laboratory. 



COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-JUNIOR YEAR SCORES 





S.A.T. 










Average 483 Average 505 








VERBAL 


MATH 




Achievement Averages 






750-800 










1% 


700-749 




4% 


Biology 


603 


4% 


650-699 




4% 


Chemistry 


576 


9% 


600-649 




12% 


English Composition 


522 


13% 


550-599 




16% 


Math Level 1 


521 


16% 


500-549 




18% 






23% 


450-499 




18% 


Each achievement test listed 




15% 


400-449 




10% 


above included 12 or more 




13% 


350-399 




11% 


examinations. 




5% 


300-349 




5% 






1% 


250-299 
200-249 




2% 







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ADVANCED PLACEMENT GRADE DISTRIBUTION 
BY EXAM AND MEAN SCORES 



Exam 




5 


4 


3 


2 1 


Mean Score 


Biology 




1 


6 


5 





3.7 


Calculus AB 





2 


3 





3.4 


English 




5 


7 


4 





4.1 


European 


History 


1 


12 


12 


2 1 


3.4 


French Literature 





2 








4.0 


Latin 










2 





3.0 


Spanish 










2 





3.0 




GRADE DISTRIBUTION SUMMARY 














Percent 






Grade 


Number 


of Total 






5 




7 




10% 






4 




29 




43% 






3 




28 




42% 






2 




2 




3% 






1 




1 




2% 





67 



100% 



Combined mean score for all A.P. Exams taken by Cohasset High School 
Juniors and Seniors in 1983—3.58. 

Ninety-six percent (96%) of all exams taken received a score of three or 
better. 

We believe the large variety of college admissions is just as much an indicator of 
successful student preparation as is the placement and success rate of our student 
body. We also point with pride to the fact that 85% of our students take both the 
S.A.T. and Achievement Tests in their junior and senior years. Please also note the 
Advanced Placement program which allows graduating seniors to take college level 
courses for college credit while still at Cohasset, saving both time and money in their 
freshman year at the school of their choice. 

Due to the constraints of Chapter 580, it would not be truthful, and certainly very 
naive to try to paint too rosy a picture of the condition of Massachusetts education at 
the present time. However, it is encouraging to note that education as a priority is 
beginning to take a front seat as both State and National leaders begin to realize how 
drastic the reductions of Proposition IVz have been on our "Little Red School 
Houses." 

Although our schools' enrollment is presently declining at a rate of approximately 
60 students per year, the demands of inflation, the problem of too long deferred 
maintenance and the need of new and reinstated programs far outweigh the amounts 
of these savings. Because of this fact, many school systems facing the dilemma of los- 
ing important programs, have developed innovative finance techniques to support 
them. Here in Cohasset, working closely with our Parent School Organization, our 
Booster Clubs and committee support groups, we have been able to maintain many of 
these remedial and enrichment programs. 

A recent example of these efforts was the production of our all-school musical 
and the continuation of our Junior High School Athletic Program. Two years ago, a 
group of people who refused to see the Arts take a back seat here in Cohasset, formed 



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the annual Cohasset all-school musical using seed money from a Federal Grant and 
some local money and produced the musical "Grease." The revenue was used to 
finance the next year's production of the musical "Godspell," as well as funding two 
awards for students who are interested in careers in the performing arts. It also pro- 
vided an opportunity to over 800 youngsters to be involved and attracted a tremen- 
dous amount of community interest and support. It is our hope that these self-funding 
programs, and others at the elementary level sponsored by our Parent School 
Organization which are designed specifically to enhance the performing arts have 
established a lasting tradition which will add immeasurably to the music, drama and 
arts program of our school system. 

Not to be outdone, the Athletic Department, when faced with the elimination of its 
Junior High School programs in basketball, hockey, etc., turned to the Parent School 
Organization and all of the Booster Clubs which represented the different sports 
throughout the community. All organizations cooperated in running a banner fund 
raising activity in the summer months, and with the help of the Cohasset Music Cir- 
cus, the Cohasset Public School System sponsored the Sammy Davis, Jr. Night at the 
Circus and as a result earned enough revenue to operate its Junior High School 
Athletic Program for several years. 

Although we are very grateful to all our wonderful supporters, as a Superinten- 
dent, I must point out a danger in this kind of activity. These programs are truly an in- 
tegral part of young people's education and public school systems should not be 
forced to eliminate them from their curriculum because of insufficient financing. One 
of our early Governors reminded us that "Education is a debt owed to future genera- 
tions by the present generation." 

To bring about the improvements in our schools that so many citizens are 
demanding, we must reach a reasonable balance between the property tax revolution 
and the realistic demands of a quality Public School System. If education is really 
going back on the State's agenda, we must give more than lip service to a commit- 
ment to education which is an investment in every renewable human resource. After 
years of belt tightening, our schools have no further room to fiscally maneuver. The 
law of diminishing returns is fast setting in to public education and Massachusetts' 
most valuable product, its young minds, is being short-changed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene C. Crowell 

Superintendent of Schools 



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1983 Graduates 



Jennifer Anne Alemian 
Arthur Daniel Anderson IV 
Scott Thomas Arnold 
Gia Elizabeth Barresi 
Samantha Barrett 
Kenneth Andrew Breitkreuz 
Patrick Joseph Broderick 
Daniel Christopher Bowen 
Mark Joseph Brown 
Maureen A. Buckley 
Stephen Wright Camardo 
John Charles Casey, Jr. 
Mark Alan Caughey 
Ann Kroth Chittim 
Ellen Marie Ciciotte 
Eric Lee Christensen 
Amber Lee Clapp 
Katherine Anne Clinton 
Beth Ann Cogill 
Shannon Michael Collins 
Susan Marie Collins 
Heidi Martha Conley 
Theodore E. Crough 
William Fornell Cuff 
Sean Christopher Cunning 
William Taylor Davenport 
Carolyn Leslie Davis 
Constance Ann Delaney 
Joy Ann-Margaret Ditmar 
Paul Henry Dormitzer 
Susan Jane Douglas 
Robert McShane Driscoll 
Karen Ann Ekberg 
Richard Anthony Evans 
David William Fahy 
Pamela LaKeitha Faison 
Theresa Maureen Finegan 
Joanna Katherine Fone 
Jeffrey Matthew Giles 
Elizabeth Glasfeld 
Emily Glasfeld 



Joan Marie Graham 
Jill Copeland Grant 
Lisa Margaret Gunville 
Mark Richard Gunville 
Christopher Francis Hebert 
Susan Hobson 
Justine Ann Hoffman 
Laurence Edson Hoogeveen 
Laura Beth Howe 
Paul Lawrence Igo 
Paul Scott Johnson 
Joseph Michael Kalesnick 
John Edward Keegan 
Brenda Lee Kehoe 
Diann Pamela Keller 
Maureen Donna Kelley 
Kathleen Ann Kendrick 
Caroline Klier 
Karen Louise Kubik 
Ann Koehrer 
John Christopher Kuhn 
Nancy Margaret Kuntz 
Ann Marie Lagrotteria 
Michael Scott Lantz 
Amy Lynn Laue 
Susan Cole LaVange 
Charles Andrew Long 
Christopher David Mack 
Christopher John Mahoney 
John Francis Maloney, II 
Polly E. Marsh 
Colin P. Martin 
Guy Joseph Martin 
Mariea C. Masmarques 
Richard Masmarques 
Barbara Lorraine MacDonald 
Maryellen Maurer 
Dawn Stephanie McAllister 

Christopher Charles Peachell McClure 

Kenneth John McGrath 
Melissa Ann Meallo 
Robert Meers, Jr. 
Pamela Ruth Messner 



Beverly Jean Mullaney 
Brian James Mullaney 
Elaine Cynthia Mullen 
Daniel William O'Brien 
Maureen Alana O'Brien 
Thomas Joseph O'Brien 
Ann Lenahan O'Connell 
Sean Ryan O'Connor 
Donald Francis O'Neill 
Denise Pixley 
Diane Pixley 
Tara Elizabeth Pompeo 
Lisa Joan Powers 
Joy Ann Pratt 
Marley Ann Rabstejnek 
Kristin Amy Ralff 
Paul David Riley 
William Joseph Riley 
Wayne Harding Robbins, Jr. 
John Taylor Ryan 
Linda Sadler 
John Joseph Santini 
David Adam Scott 
Donna Rae Scott 
Ann Marie Sliney 
Jaime Luis Stallard 
Lori Ann Stover 
Christine Ann Sullivan 
Lisa Ann Tinory 
Amy Elizabeth Urmson 
Kerri Beth Vallas 
Rhonda Ellen Whitney 
Sarah Mary Whitney 
Thomas William Wigmore 
Kristin Bates Wilkin 
Paul Francis Winn 
Christopher John Winn 
Christopher Neil Andrew Winn 
James David Wirth 
Thomas Nelson Wright 
Kathy Elizabeth Young 
Frederic Peter Zotos 
Caroline Lee Zwicker 



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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES THAT OFFERED ADMISSION TO COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING SENIORS IN THE CLASS OF 1983 



Abeline Christian University 

Assumption College 

Bates College 

Bay State Junior College 

Becker Junior College 

Bentley College 

Berklee College of Music 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Bowdoin College 

Bridgewater State College 

Broward Community College 

Brown University 

Bryant College 

Cazenovia University 

Centenary College 

Chamberlain Junior College 

Chamberlayne Junior College 

Citadel, The 

Colby College 

Colby Sawyer College 

Colgate University 

College of the Holy Cross 

College of William & Mary 

Colorado College 

Connecticut College 

Curry College 

Dean Junior College 

Deerfield Academy 

Duke University 

East Carolina University 

Emerson College 

Endicott Junior College 

Fairfield University 

Fisher Junior College 

Florida Agricultural & Mechnical University 

Fork Union Military Academy 

Franklin Pierce College 

Georgetown University 

Goucher College 

Harvard University 

Haverford College 

Hobart William Smith 

Hofstra University 

Industrial Technical School 

Ithaca College 

Jacksonville University 

Johnson & Wales College 

Lasell Junior College 

Loyola College 

Maine Maritime Academy 

Manhattanville College 

Mansfield Beauty Academy 

Marist College 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

Massasoit Community College 

Merrimack College 

Middlebury College 

Mitchell College 

Mt. Holyoke College 

Mt. Ida College 

Newbury Junior College 

New College of U.S.F. 

New England College 

New Hampshire College 

New Hampton Preparatory School 



New York Maritime Academy 

North Adams State College 

Northeastern University 

Notre Dame University 

Norwich University 

Pace University 

Palm Beach Atlantic University 

Palm Beach Junior College 

Penn State University 

Plymouth State College 

Providence College 

Queens University/Canada 

Quincy Beauty Academy 

Quincy Junior College 

Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Rochester Institute of Technology 

Roger Williams College 

Rollins College 

St. Anselm's College 

St. Michael's College 

Salem State College 

Skidmore College 

Smith College 

Southeastern Academy/Florida 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

Springfield College 

Stonehill College 

Suffolk University 

Sweet Briar College 

Sylvania Technical Institute 

Syracuse University 

Technical Careers Institute 

Temple University 

Trinity College 

Tufts 

United States Maritime Academy— Kings Point 

United States Military Academy— West Point 

University of Arizona 

University of Bridgeport 

University of California 

University of Colorado/Boulder 

University of Connecticut 

University of Denver 

University of Hartford 

University of Lowell 

University of Maine/Orono 

University of Massachusetts/Amherst 

University of Massachusetts/Boston 

University of New Hampshire 

Univeristy of South Carolina 

University of Toronto 

University of Vermont 

University of Western Ontario 

Vermont College 

Virginia Military Institute 

Washington University/St. Louis 

Wellesley College 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Wesleyan University 

Westfield State College 

Wheaton College 

Wilfred Beauty Academy 

Williams College 

Williston Northampton School 

Winthrop College/South Carolina 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 



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Sewer Commission Annual Report 

Evaluation of cost effective and environmentally acceptable alternatives for 
waste water disposal dominated the Sewer Commission's activities in 1983. The 
Commission continued to operate the plant as close to permit requirements as pos- 
sible. In April, significant infiltration sources were detected and repaired; in August, 
aerator tank piping was replaced; and, in September, a highly inaccurate flow meter 
was repaired. 

In an attempt to reduce waste water flow to our plant, the Sewer Commission 
established a policy that all present business connectors submiting Change-Of-Use- 
Permit Applications are subject to the use of water saving devices for permit ap- 
proval. Additionally, the Sewer Commissioners submitted a grant request for water 
saving devices for residential houses connected to the plant. This request was ap- 
proved by the DEQE, although the amount of funding has yet to be determined. 

Modification of our Agreement for Judgment with the State Department of En- 
vironmental Engineering ("DEQE") and evaluation of cost effective waste water 
disposal alternatives has consumed most of the Sewer Commissioners' time. Indeed, 
these projects also required substantial effort from the Board of Selectmen, Board of 
Health, Town Counsel, Special Town Counsel, two citizens committees, and two Town 
Meetings. The following summarizes their important achievements during 1983: 

Following the November 29, 1982 Town Meeting directive to modify our Agree- 
ment for Judgment and to evaluate waste water disposal alternatives, the Board of 
Selectmen in January appointed an Advisory Committee to negotiate with the State 
DWPC and to select a new engineering consultant capable of evaluating cost effective 
alternatives. This committee attempted out-of-court modification with the State and 
recommended Ward Engineering Associates of Springfield as the town consultant. 

On April 4, 1983, Town Meeting directed the town to finance a Preliminary Study 
by Ward Engineering Associates to determine if cost effective alternatives exist. At the 
same Town Meeting, the Town rejected the proposed authorization and expenditure 
of $500,000 in Town funds for the immediate preparation of working plans and 
specifications of the Metcalf and Eddy Plan ("M & E Plan"). Shortly after this Town 
Meeting, the Board of Sewer Commissioners did not accept a State grant offer of 
$1,000,000 for partial funding of the design of the M & E Plan. This action resulted in 
the DEQE bringing a contempt citation against the Town. 

In May, Special Town Counsel, Bracken and Baram, submitted a petition to 
modify in court the Agreement for Judgment between Cohasset and the DEQE. Also 
in May, the boards of Selectmen and Sewer Commissioners of both Hull and Cohasset 
approved a joint resolution urging the investigation of an intermunicipal agreement 
regarding Hull acceptance of Cohasset sewage. 

Early in June, Ward Engineering completed its Preliminary Report. Its major 
findings: 

1. More than one alternative is available, feasible, and lower in cost than 
the M & E Plan. 

2. The M & E Plan had not fully evaluated connecting the existing sewer 
service area to Hull, the full on-site repair option, low cost collector 
technologies, nor did it fully evaluate sewage disposal options beyond 
its limited proposed sewer service area. 

Accordingly, on June 13, 1983, the Sewer Commisison submitted a grant 
amendment request to the DEQE to fund a full supplemental facilities plan to select 



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the most cost effective and most environmentally acceptable alternative. 

In July, with the MDC no longer accepting local sludge, the Cohasset Board of 
Health negotiated an agreement with Hull which allows our plant to deposit sludge at 
the Hull plant for processing. Additionally, Cohasset's domestic septage (pump outs 
from septic tanks and cesspools) is also now transported to Hull, rather than to the 
MDC in Hingham. In return, Hull is now negotiating with the Cohasset Board of 
Health for permission for Hull's processed sludge (plant residue) to be deposited in 
our landfill. 

In August, the Assistant Attorney General asked Cohasset to pay a $1,000 a day 
fine (increased to $2,000 a day later in the month), retroactive to April 11, 1983, for 
the Town's failure to accept the $l,000,OOOgrantfor design of the M & E Plan and for 
its alleged non-compliance with the terms of the Agreement for Judgement. 

On September 20, 1983, a few hours prior to Special Town Meeting, the DWPC 
refused the Cohasset grant request for a supplemental facilities plan. At Special Town 
Meeting on September 20th, Town Meeting appropriated funds for the Ward 
Engineering Supplemental Facilities Plan with no State financial assistance. 

New Special Town Counsel, Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar, was appointed by the 
Board of Selectmen on September 24th to litigate modification of the Agreement for 
Judgment in court. 

On October 11, 1983, Ward Engineering began the Supplemental Facilities Plan 
with targeted completion date for mid-April, 1984. 

In November, a new Citizens Advisory Group was appointed by the Commission 
to assist in ensuring that all alternatives are independently evaluated, that opinions 
and objections of Cohasset citizens are recorded and considered, and that the most 
acceptable and cost effective solution is recommended. 

On December 13, 1983, the Assistant Attorney General and Cohasset agreed to 
suspend all litigation pending the completion and evaluation of the Ward Supplemen- 
tal Plan. Under this accommodation agreement, the Town reserves its right to appeal 
to the EPA any adverse review of the Supplemental Facilities Plan by the DEQE, and 
the Assistant Attorney General recognizes that this review would not be contrary to 
the spirit of the accommodation agreement. 

The Sewer Commission thanks all who served on the Selectmen's Advisory Com- 
mittee for Sewer Alternatives, and those citizens now serving on the Sewer Advisory 
Committee, as well as the plant and office staff. We especially thank all those who 
made an effort to grasp the significance of the critically important issues involved. 

For the Sewer Commission, 1983 was a year of solid accomplishment. The Com- 
mission looks forward to continuing progress in 1984. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles DeSantis, Chairman 

Board of Sewer Commissioners 



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Tree and Park and Cemetery Departments 

In regards to the Woodside Cemetery, Tree and Park Department with the 
assistance from Highway and Wire Departments have completed new additional 
space for grave lots. 

The Tree and Park Department refurbished Government Island by installing new 
fencing and repairing and repainting all chain link fence. Railroad ties were also re- 
placed. 

The Tree and Park Department cleared brush and trees along roadsides and 
maintained all public grounds and trees. 

I would like to thank all department heads with special thanks to Harold Litchfield 
of the Highway Department and his men, Wire Department, Tree and Park, and 
Cemetery employees for their assistance. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Peter Laugelle 



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Board of Water Commissioners 

Progress continues in several areas of the department's rehabilitation of the 
Cohasset Water Distribution System. Funding in the amount of $233,000 for replace- 
ment of the water mains along Margin Street and Atlantic Avenue to Cunningham 
Bridge was approved by Town Meeting to match state provided funds of $221,000. 
The pipes being replaced are 98 years old and have been a primary source of system 
failures over the years. 

During 1983 the department repaired 14 breaks on water mains, installed 15 
new services and replaced 12 others, 10 additional fire hydrants were added to the 
system. New water mains have been extended 1200 feet along Cedar Street and 
together with Bates Lane and 100 Pond Street projects, 70 users will be added. 

Water production in 1983 increased to 248,000,000 gallons. Good luck to Com- 
mission Chairman Robert Jackson who did not seek re-election and welcome to newly 
elected Peter Pratt. 

The Board of Water Commissioners would like to extend their thanks to all other 
departments and committees for their cooperation and assistance in 1983. Most im- 
portant, our gratitude to Superintendent Benjamin Curley and all the employees of 
the department for their effort and dedication, that makes our success possible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

William J. Montuori, Chairman 

Lot E. Bates 

Peter J. Pratt 



Wire Department 



I herewith submit the annual report of the Wire Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1983. 

Fire and Traffic Signals 

There was over two thousand feet of new alarm wire installed in 1983, as was 
one new fire alarm box. All fire boxes were tested for proper operation and painted. 
Traffic signal lights were put in good working condition and painted. 

Wire inspections 

All electrical work performed by the contractors was inspected by the wire 
department and the permit fees turned into the town treasurer. 

Electrical Installations and Repairs to Town Buildings 

All electrical repairs and new work to town-owned buildings and properties were 
handled by the department. 

I wish to thank all department heads for their cooperation with the wire depart- 
ment and to the men who worked with me this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Stephen F. Wigmore 

Superintendent of Wires 

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Report of the Collector 
July 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983 



Total Committment of Warrants from the Board of Assessors— 1983 



1976-1982 Motor Vehicle, Re-committ 


$ 4,073.30 


1982 Motor Vehicle 


1,179.45 


1983 Motor Vehicle 


277,898.61 


Boat Excise 


7,945.00 


1983 Personal Property 


168,133.96 


1983 Real Estate 


5,768,595.13 


1983 Sewer Betterments, Added to Taxes 


2,511.51 


1983 Sewer Connections, Added to Taxes 


95.00 


1983 Sewer Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 


1,259.42 




$6,231,691.38 


Total Committment of Warrants from the Harbor Master: 


17,880.00 


Total Committment of Warrants from the Water Department 


502,366.61 


Total Committmentof Warrants from Sewer Department 


20,526.66 


Total Abatement Certificates from Board of Assessors— Fiscal 1983 




Levy of 1978 




Motor Vehicles 


30.60 


Levy of 1979 




Motor Vehicles 


218.08 


Levy of 1980 




Motor Vehicles 


10,344.62 


Boat Excise 


208.00 


Levy of 1981 




Motor Vehicles 


2,317.95 


Levy of 1982 




Motor Vehicles 


6,361.39 


Personal Property 


119.09 


Real Estate 


24,527.75 


Sewer Betterment, Added to Taxes 


2.02 


Boat Excise 


469.49 


Levy of 1983 




Motor Vehicles 


12,393.22 


Personal Property 


754.81 


Real Estate 


86,246.15 


Boat Excise 


1,393.71 




$145,386.88 



Total Abatements from the Harbor Master 527.00 

Total abatements from the Water & Sewer Department: Fiscal 1983 

Water Department 10,853.88 

Sewer Department 280.86 



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Unpaid Taxes & Charges 6/30/83 

1982 Personal Property 

1983 Personal Property 

1981 Real Estate 

1982 Real Estate 

1983 Real Estate 
1980-1983 Motor Vehicle Excise 
Boat Excise Taxes 



Departmental: 
Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rentals & Miscellaneous 
Lien, Demolition of BIdg. 
Veterans Assistance 



Water Department 
Water Meters 
Water Interest 
Water Miscellaneous 



Sewer Department 
Sewer Use Charges 

Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1982 
Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1982 
Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 
Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 



39.70 

906.04 

1,932.12 

51,518.97 

329,390.59 

71,360.40 

5,082.96 


$460,230.78 


20,859.00 

3,883.50 

1,635.10 

500.00 

3,382.44 


$30,260.04 


53,400.56 

4,686.14 

78.17 


$59,164.87 


5,009.96 

89.50 

53.70 

110.75 

61.41 


$5,325.32 



Respectfully submitted, 
Gordon E. Flint 

Treasurer-Collector 



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Report of the Town Treasurer 

July 1, 1982 through June 30, 1983 



BALANCE IN TREASURY JULY 1, 1982 




1,076,520.49 


Received from Collector of Taxes 


6,909,476.27 




Received from Town Collector 


83,073.62 




Received from Other Sources 


10,620,358.07 




TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL '83 




+ 17,612,907.96 


PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 89-97 






Nos. 1-73 




- 18,039,642.80 


BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1983 




649,785.65 


DEPOSITORIES 




Lincoln Trust Company 


441,117.35 




Rockland Trust Company 


306.62 




Boston Safe Deposit & Trust 


111,043.55 




Harbor National Bank 


448.15 




First National Bank of Boston 


137.47 




South Shore Bank (Fed. Rev.) 


99.71 




South Shore Bank 


286.92 




Plymouth Home National Bank 


575.83 




State Street Trust 


94,802.58 




United States Trust 


334.06 




State Street Bank & Trust 


264.62 




Norfolk County Trust (Bay Bank) 


268.79 




Cash in Drawer 


100.00 


649,785.65 



Respectfully submitted, 
Gordon E. Flint 

Treasurer-Collector 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1983 
(Includes School and Town Employees) 

Gross 



WATER DEPARTMENT 








Andrews Jr., Albert L. 


19,258.81 






Bearce, Robert J. 


3,588.48 






Butman, Kenneth B. 


19,452.52 


McAuliffe Jr., Wm. 


2,335.06 


Cogill, Brian F. 


42.15 


Muncey, Francis 


340.00 


CurleyJr., Benjamin 


26,242.02 


Murray, Sandra J. 


13.13 


Curley, James 


272.88 


Protulis, Robert F. 


10.551.60 


Dockendorff Jr.,D 


1,057.19 


Sestito, Anthony C. 


59.90 


Hamilton, Frank 


16,870.49 


Sestito, Carl 


14,423.91 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


37.68 


Sestito, Dale 


53.45 


Litchfield, John 


246.53 


Wheeler, Ann 


2,522.54 


Maree, Elizabeth J. 


12,834.93 


Williams, Dean A. 


25.50 


McAuliffe, William D. 


21,751.58 


Total 


151,980.35 



135 



SELECTMEN 




Thurston, Richard 


62.21 


Anderson, Nancy 


22.28 


Tuckerman, Grace 


51.52 


Clark, Arthur 


2,349.21 


White, Ruth 


38.64 


Crossen, Alba M. 


510.83 


Williams, Barbara 


48.30 


Hazard, Lillian 


32.69 






Lanza, Mark J. 


20,704.52 


Total 


3,481.46 


Meallo, Albert 


1,368.86 


ACCOUNTANT 




Murray, Michael 


343.22 


Conte, Kathleen M. 


11,542.72 


Murray, Sandra J. 


9,299.61 


Marsh, Jane L. 


12,411.24 


Ramsay, Marguerite B. 


13,766.90 


Signorelli, William 


29,937.12 


Ross, Anita L. 


1,048.77 


Total 


53,891.08 


Total 


49,446.89 


ASSESSORS 




SELECTMEN-Monthly 




Graham, Dorothy V. 


12,411.24 


Ainslie Jr., Henry W. 


302.48 


Jones, Constance 


6,235.68 


DeBassio, John A. 


724.64 


Total 


18,646.92 


DiBenedetto, Ubaldo 


50.00 






England, Frank W. 


724.64 


ASSESSORS-Monthly 




Johanson, Frederick 


130.82 


Patrolia, Michael C. 


1,200.00 


Laugelle, Rocco 


999.96 


Pratt, Warren S. 


1,200.00 


McArthur, Mary Jane 


1,071.87 


Wilkin, Brian R. 


1,300.00 


Mitman, Clifford 


724.64 


Total 


3,700.00 


Ritter, Harry 


21.92 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR 




Weeks, William D. 


125.00 


Flint, Gordon E. 


23,378.94 


Winters III, John 
Yocum, Richard 


78.08 
2,000.00 


Lincoln, Sally A. 
Ripley, Elizabeth 


3,182.87 
10,665.34 


Total 


6,954.05 


Snowdale, Nancy 


11,856.32 


ELECTIONS 




Total 


49,083.47 


Baccari, Dominic M. 


9.48 


TOWN CLERK 




Barrow, A. Patricia 


38.64 


Marks, Charles 


6,199.00 


Brennock, Mary E. 


48.30 


Marks, Frances L. 


12,070.44 


Buckley, Eileen 


38.64 


Patrolia, Ellen M. 


1,093.10 


Confoy, Louise 


326.00 






Daunt, Alice 


38.64 


Total 


19,362.54 


Grassie, Clarence 


178.63 


ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 




Grassie, Mary N. 


90.06 


Anderson, Nancy 


753.68 


Hernan, Margaret 


86.94 


Davis, Mary 


316.40 


Howe, Fred 


30.59 






Lincoln, KatherineM. 


32.20 


Total 


1,070.08 


Lehr Jr., Arthur L. 


43.47 


PLANNING BOARD 




Leonard, Ann 


38.64 


Brennan, Ann 


142.56 


Libby, Marguerite 


38.64 


Higgins, Jean 


707.60 


Marks, Charles 


329.00 


Total 


850.16 


Marks, Frances 


176.99 






Migliaccio, MaryD. 


38.64 


TOWN HALL 




Mulcahy, Bernard 


82.11 


Sargent, Edgar S. 


63.75 


Rape, Maria R. 


38.64 


Sargent, Kenneth 


14,168.10 


Rape, Roberts. 


157.79 


Sargent, Kevin 


127.50 


Patrolia, Ellen 


699.99 


Total 


14,359.35 


Pratt, Burtram J. 


326.00 






Rosano, Anthony 


41.76 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 




Rosano, Janice 


12.88 


0— Off Duty Pay included in Gross Pay 


Salvador, Jean M. 


38.64 


Abbadessa, Richard B. (0) 


22,632.14 


Sargent, Kenneth 


162.18 


Ainslie Jr., Lawrence (2,600.00) 22,740.88 


Soule, Kevin 


137.30 


Barrow, Richard P. (3,411.00) 


31,252.56 



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Boccia, Lynn H. 


(0) 53.30 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


(186.86) 


22,429.56 


Borland, James 


(106.00) 106.00 


Fiori, James E. 


(140.14) 


23,981.88 


Buckley, Gerard 


(104.00) 104.00 


Gurry, James L. 


(0) 


31,169.12 


Cadigan, Thomas 


(52.00) 52.00 


Hersey, Stanley 


(49.50) 49.50 


Cogill, Brian 


(5,508.00) 30,339.72 


Judge, Richard 


(50.28) 50.28 


Cogill, David C. 


(2,810.00) 23,114.25 


Lincoln, Roger W. 


(216.70) 


29,331.15 


Conte, Carmelo 


(3,423.50) 26,090.36 


Litchfield, W.T. 


(186.86) 


26,077.98 


Conte, John C. 


(0) 6,533.96 


Marr, Matthew B. 


(93.43) 


22,983.49 


Durant, Kenneth B. 


(84.50) 84.50 


McGaffigan, Paul F. 


(100.00) 


24,919.48 


Fairbairn, Richard J 


(0) 25.75 


O'Brien, Kevin 




(0) 25.50 


Grassie, Frederick 


(2,631.00) 26,107.90 


Patrolia, David 




(0) 25.50 


Harrison, Jeffrey 


(91.00) 91.00 


Piepenbrink, Robert 




(0) 85.00 


Healy, Maureen 


(0) 6,474.52 


Pompeo Jr., Arthur M. 


(0) 


18,481.54 


Healy, Robert E. 


(0) 671.50 


Protulis, Robert F. 


(0) 8,304.72 


Jackson, Robert W. 


(1,500.50) 28,519.53 


Protulis, William J. 


(46.71) 


25,045.10 


Jones, Clifton B. 


(1,999.50) 26,490.36 


Ramsay, Brian 




(0) 25.50 


Kealey, Joseph M. 


(0) 30,164.48 


Runey, JamesP. 


(46.71) 


22,233.86 


Kelly, Jack C. 


(91.00) 91.00 


Rosano, Randall W. 


(140.14) 


25,093.64 


Knowles, Paula A.M. 


(0) 18.55 


Rosano, Ray 




(0) 25.50 


Laugelle, PaulJ. 


(489.50) 25,293.97 


Silvia, Harry 




(0) 25.50 


Leavitt, Mary 


(0) 15.99 


Silvia, Robert D. 


(93.43) 


25,278.59 


Lee, Arnold 


(117.00) 117.00 


Spinzola, Nick 




(0) 38.25 


Linscott, Joseph 


(52.00) 52.00 


Struzik, Edward J. 


(140.14) 


25,997.17 


Mansfield, Robert 


(104.00) 104.00 


Sullivan, John M. 


(46.71) 


19,217.24 


Morganelli, J. J. 


(0) 37.31 


Trask, MarkH. 


(151.25) 


28,947.36 


McCracken, Joseph 


(104.00) 104.00 


Trask, Peter A. 


(0) 6,869.84 


Middendorf, Charlej 


; (52.00) 52.00 


Wenzlow, Eric 


(86.97) 


19,202.95 


Noonan, Brian W. 


(1,893.50) 26,423.04 


Total 


1 


572,599.14 


O'Hara, Michael 


(208.00) 208.00 








O'Hare, Mari-Anne 


(52.00) 52.00 


CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT 




Orcutt, John 


(685.75) 685.75 


Ainslie, Donald F. 




216.96 


Patterson, Charles 


(78.00) 78.00 


Andrews Jr., Albert L. 




735.27 


Pomarico, David J. 


(3,997.25) 29,857.31 


Brooke, William E. 




216.96 


Rhodes III, John J. 


(3,945.75) 30,177.89 


Calorio, Thomas F. 




12.05 


Sargent, Patricia 


(0) 175.90 


Curley, James F. 




614.73 


Small, John 


(2,548.00) 23,494.59 


Dickson, Clifford J. 




1,495.54 


Stewart, Brian 


(312.00) 312.00 


Emanuello, Dominick 




96.43 


Stockbridge.C.E. 


(104.00) 24,019.97 


Enos, William D. 




108.48 


Taylor, James 


(110.50) 110.50 


Hernan, Thomas G. 




84.37 


Taylor, Robert 


(97.50) 97.50 


Jones, Michael 




168.75 


Vidal, Pedro 


(52.00) 52.00 


MacNeill,JohnM. 




229.46 


Willette, Maureen 


(0) 66.63 


Marks Jr., David R. 




952.68 


Yocum, Richard 


(3,401.50) 27,186.78 


Maynard, Hernon J. 
Maynard, Steven L. 




277.23 
735.27 


Total 


470,532.39 


McArthurJr.,EarlR. 




144.64 


FIRE DEPARTMENT 




Migliaccio, Joseph A. 




831.70 


Barrett, Chris 


(0) 85.00 


Parsole, Denise J. 




84.37 


Barrow, Edward 


(0) 22,088.57 


Pratt, Bruce W. 




421.88 


Bilodeau, PaulT. 


(173.93) 23,510.02 


Protulis, Robert F. 




602.68 


Boswell III, John T. 


(140.14) 20,230.07 


Salvador, Bernard J. 




253.13 


Conley, Richard M. 


(0) 23,104.72 


Salvador, Manuel E. 




289.29 


Corbo, Edward M. 


(0) 22,663.45 


Silvia, Harry M. 




144.64 


Daniels, Jon 


(0) 25.50 


Soule, Kevin W. 




638.84 


Davis, Linwood L. 


(140.14) 25,915.04 


Thayer, Philip A. 




36.17 


Donahue, Robert 


(50.28) 50.28 


Trask, Peter A. 




108.48 


Dooley, Martin W. 


(0) 28,961.79 


Total 




9,500.00 


Duff, Mark J. 


(49.50) 49.50 









137 



TREE AND PARK DEPARTMENT 


Poland, Richard 


42.50 


Cogill, Jerry 


14,842.55 


Sargent, Edgar S. 


990.25 


Igo, Paul 


3,833.50 


Sestito, Anthony C. 


21,474.36 


Laugelle, Peter G. 


19,902.52 


Sestito,CarlA. 


813.33 


LaugelleJr., Peter 


365.50 


Sestito, Dale 


16,667.33 


Marsh, Herbert 


234.49 


Sestito, William 


38.25 


Marsh, Herberts. 


3,497.06 


Stover Jr., David A. 


745.88 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


15,137.52 


Williams, Dean 


1,030.63 


Patrolia, David 


918.00 


Total 


105,849.37 


Pereira, Anthony 


408.00 






Ripley, Roberts. 


1,855.13 


DISPOSAL AREA 




Total 


60,994.27 


Barnes, John T. 
Gardner, Russell 


14,799.36 
535.50 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT 




Jones, Ashley F. 


102.00 


Becker Jr., Joseph 


2,091.00 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


16,706.36 


Blakeman, Daniel 


17.00 


Williams, Dean 


612.00 


Brown, Jeffrey 


221.00 


Total 


32,755.22 


Collins, Noel 


17.00 






Curley, James 


340.00 


SEWER DEPARTMENT 




Dunlap, Henry 


17.00 


Anderson, Nancy 


415.80 


Ritter, Harry H. 


18,539.60 


Douglas, Marion L. 


4,257.21 


Sheerin, James 


408.00 


Getto, Alex 


195.50 


Silvia, Donald 


34.00 


Lewis Jr., Augustus W. 


13,210.23 


Silvia, Harry 


34.00 


Marshall, Jane A. 


74.25 


Wigmore, Thomas 


1,921.00 


Murray, Michael 


1,309.00 


Williams, Dean 


204.00 


Oteri, Carol 


1,018.74 


Winn, Stephen E. 


578.00 


Ross, William G. 


259.25 






Salvador, Dana 


127.50 


Total 


24,421.60 


Salvador, Manuel E. 


22,341.98 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 




Walsh, Patricia 


648.05 


Dennis, Robert K. 


18,535.81 


Williams, Dean 


199.75 


Total 


18,535.81 


Young, Wally 


1,476.88 


WEIGHTS AND MEASURES- 


-Monthly 


Total 


45,534.14 


Bates, Lot E. 


500.00 


BOARD OF HEALTH 




Total 


500.00 


Anderson, Nancy 


746.22 






Douglas, Marion L. 


4,194.38 


WIRE DEPARTMENT 




Eliopoulos, Elaine 


19,759.28 


Gallo, Richard 


20,461.19 


Leighton, Luther S. 


3,728.62 


Noonan, Robert 


1,054.00 


Marshall, Jane A. 


69.30 


Malley, Edward 


161.76 


Murray, Michael 


31.88 


Sargent, Edgar 


858.50 


Oteri, Carol 


1,104.88 


Wigmore, Stephen 


22,086.52 


Thayer, Kenneth E. 


949.29 


Wigmore, Thomas 


2,958.00 


Total 


30,583.85 


Total 


47,579.97 










VETERANS DEPARTMENT- 


-Monthly 


HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 




Keating, T. Gerard 


1,600.00 


Barrow, Joseph 
Cogill, Brian F. 


89.25 
12,086.70 


Total 


1,600.00 


Cogill, Jerry 


93.38 


CEMETERY 




Curley, James 


16,918.56 


Marsh, Herbert 


13,660.36 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


10,476.73 


Total 


13,660.36 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


134.64 






Litchfield, Harold W. 


21,279.10 


LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 




Litchfield, Peggy 


1,241.00 


Burnham, Barbara C. 


8,297.84 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


146.48 


Candela, Ellen 


1,971.50 


Noonan, Robert 


1,581.00 


Davenport, Heather 


240.00 



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Fahey, Jacquelyn 


1,546.50 


McNabb, Christopher 


7.50 


Hayes, Richard E. 


24,871.80 


McNabb, Lauren Mary 


1,003.26 


Hobbs, Karen 


1,930.50 


Minelli, Edward 


48.00 


Knight, Nancy 


9,926.40 


O'Brien, Carolyn 


6.13 


McNabb, Gerald 


1,149.00 


O'Connell, Aidan 


9.75 


Mitchell, Joann 


10,728.24 


O'Leary, Anne 


7.00 


Pattison, Robert 


5,376.66 


Pompeo, Kristin 


7.00 


Pope, Marilyn T. 


10,105.76 


Pompeo, N. Lyn 


14.00 


Pope, Susan M. 


9,683.60 


Price, John T. 


135.00 


Roycroft, Lucille 


2,972.50 


Ramsay, Brian 


100.00 


Stobart, Staci 


1,353.00 


Gunville, Dianne 


736.88 


Watrous, Susan M. 


16,017.02 


Reid, Lee 


140.00 


Total 


106,170.32 


Reidy, John 


89.76 






Replogle, John 


42.00 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 




Riley, Susan 


7.00 


Ainslie, Richard 


21.00 


Rotchford, John 


15.00 


Anglin, Karin 


12.25 


Roy, Madeline 


463.25 


Atkinson, John 


8.75 


Sandblom, Lauren J. 


386.25 


Beggan, Mat 


9.75 


Sandblom, Peter 


8.25 


Bernstein, Philip 


140.25 


Sargent, Kenneth 


21.00 


Brady, Michael 


453.75 


Shultz, David 


18.38 


Burke, Marianne 


318.75 


Shultz, Lawrence 


200.00 


CarrollJr., James E. 


474.00 


Shultz, Robert 


259.64 


Chatterton,Troy 


36.75 


Shumaker, David 


4.38 


Clapp, Amber 


145.00 


Shumaker, Lisa H. 


8.75 


Collins, Shannon 


453.75 


Staunton, Katlin 


5.25 


Colocousis, John 


28.50 


Trautwein,Todd 


9.00 


Conte, Kathi-Ann 


14.00 


Weisenfluh, Kurt 


35.00 


Cook, Peter 


81.00 


Whitman, Adam 


4.38 


Dalrymple, Douglas B. 


32.38 


Worley,JohnM. 


20,211.64 


Davenport, Robert 


5.25 






McClay, Bonnie 


744.38 


Total 


31,349.52 


Digirolamo, Janet 


8.75 


TOWN COUNSEL 




Drago, John P. 


70.00 


Henderson, Richard A. 


12,500.02 


Duncombe, Amy 


28.00 


Thaxter Jr., J. Blake 


11,822.50 


Egan, Jennifer 


19.25 


Total 


24,322.52 


Failinger, Thomas 


703.13 






Fallon, William 


48.00 


CUSTODIAN PAYROLL 




Fitzpatrick, Todd 


5.25 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


14,870.02 


Fitzpatrick, Tracy 


15.75 


Ainslie, Richard D. 


8,990.00 


Froio, John 


11.25 


Barrow, Robert E. 


17,020.33 


Gallagher, Sara B. 


1,052.55 


Brennock, Henry E. 


13,671.10 


Gratta, Stephen 


70.00 


Brennock Jr., Henry E. 


208.32 


Hamilton, Jessica G. 


6.13 


Cuff, William 


1,920.00 


Hartwell, Jeff 


19.50 


Emanuello, Paul 


20,037.24 


Hobson, Abigail 


830.25 


Esposito Jr., Joseph 


15,763.45 


Higgins, Thomas W. 


75.00 


Haase, Donald P. 


15,230.70 


Hobson, Elizabeth 


830.25 


Jacobucci, John J. 


3,941.00 


Igo, Gregory 


50.25 


Jones, Thomas 


15,635.49 


Kendrick, Kathleen 


104.00 


McArthur, William H. 


15,021.63 


Langmaid, Willy 


22.50 


Soule, Kevin W. 


17,725.46 


Lavange, Mark 


21.00 


Stover, Charles 


15,343.98 


Leonard, Mary 


21.00 


Thurston, Richard F. 


14,416.06 


Lucas, Caria 


17.50 


Young, Wallace 


7,796.01 


MacDonald, David 


274.25 


Total 


197,590.79 


Maloney, Jack 


63.00 







139 



BUS DRIVERS 




Palimeri, Kathleen 


28.00 


Brown, Paul R. 


1,363.51 


Pereira, Diana 


2,690.16 


Card, George 


855.38 


Prendergast, Shirley 


2,420.04 


Figueiredo, Janet 


8,851.95 


Rhodes, Kathy 


71.64 


Foster, John 


8,201.88 


Russell, Jane 


2,701.68 


Goff, Mary 


4,591.84 


Saccone, Emily 


12,356.62 


Langton, Harry P. 


3,823.48 


Sadler, Susan 


7,906.56 


Lesher, Lorraine 


5,372.54 


Saleski, Diane W. 


8,675.20 


Rape, Maria Rose 


4,082.68 


Scopa, Nancy 


7,244.18 


Ray, Thomas P. 


6,275.90 


Simeone, June 


8,091.03 


Rose, Velma 


1,051.04 


Spenlinhaver, Alicia 


11.25 


Skidmore, Charlotte 


5,556.41 


Travers, Sheila M. 


12,372.40 


Palm, Bonnie K. 


3,512.18 


Wallace, Carol B. 


360.00 


Total 


53,538.79 


Williams, Joan 
Willis, Janet 


11.25 
4,712.24 


CLERICAL PAYROLL 
Anderson, Nancy 
Aronson, Miriam 


553.41 
734.80 


Woomer, Mildred D. 
Young, Margaret 

Total 


10,036.24 
91.38 

311,298.34 


Atkinson, Marian 


7,906.56 






Ayer, Alison 


4,045.65 


PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL 




Benbow, Mary 


11,720.72 


Alcott, Maureen P. 


10,363.86 


Bowen, Patricia 


10,212.44 


Anderson, Jon Craig 


21,814.80 


Brady, Clare 


11,081.03 


Babaian, Mary A. 


28,657.13 


Brennock, Mary 


12,854.80 


Bates, Dorothy B. 


26,195.23 


Brighton, Agnes 


15,687.76 


Beatson, Elizabeth 


26,534.58 


Broderick, Rita 


11,363.29 


Bouchard, Joseph K. 


26,421.51 


Cahill, Corinne 


84.00 


Burbank, Virginia A. 


25,386.51 


Ciciotte, Carol 


12,860.19 


Cescarini, Lois 


13,407.15 


Clark, Brian 


390.00 


Chatterton, Clark 


29,490.28 


Collins, Rosalie L. 


4,531.68 


Cisneros, Kenneth 


23,091.37 


Conte, Barbara 


11,865.92 


Contis, Carolyn M. 


16,280.00 


Davis, Mary 


4,648.80 


Coultrip, Patricia L. 


25,386.51 


Mulhern, Helen T. 


7,871.33 


Creamer, John F. 


35,401.76 


Dolan, Marie 


964.79 


Cronin, Frances 


12,693.21 


Dooley, Roseann 


56.88 


Crowell, Eugene C. 


42,442.59 


Trahon, Doreen 


2,448.29 


Davenport, Sally 


7,850.34 


Glasfeld, Elizabeth 


10,560.19 


Davis, Charles R. 


31,389.29 


Gormley, Ethels. 


13,503.75 


DiGirolamo, Gino J. 


37,632.69 


Grayken, Phyllis R. 


12,999.80 


Dodge, Jeffrey A. 


15,459.94 


Hagerty, Patricia 


4,335.24 


Dunn, Kearin A. 


26,882.58 


Hansen, Maryann 


168.00 


Ekberg, Kenneth C. 


37,079.91 


Hernan, Margaret 


2,186.90 


Emmons, Ronald L. 


28,824.58 


Higgins, Jean 


12,560.00 


Erbe, Samuel M. 


31,668.36 


Jones, Charlene 


484.44 


Fallon, William 


19,007.93 


Jorgensen, Linda 


14,429.20 


Federico, Joseph H. 


25,386.51 


Lalumiere, Maureen 


2,468.41 


Fortin, George A. 


26,534.58 


Litchfield, Pauline 


146.25 


Franey, James E. 


28,457.78 


Longo, Elizabeth 


2,496.29 


Gill, Michael Patrick 


20,340.71 


Maher, Michael 


1,563.18 


Graebener, Stephen T. 


25,386.51 


Marks, Patricia 


602.14 


Gray, Carolyn M. 


25,386.51 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


985.86 


Green, Emilie 


6,094.35 


Miller, Lorene M. 


9,638.84 


Hart, Stephen E. 


37,806.13 


Palimeri, Kathleen 


28.00 


Hogan, Paul F. 


25,386.51 


Muncey, Mary K. 


2,410.34 


Hughes, Walter T. 


26,921.98 


Murphy, Marjorie 


8,069.30 


Kealey, Nancy 


26,451.51 



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Kelly, DonaldJ. 


26,534.58 


Collins, Christina 


25,386.51 


Kite, William C. 


31,574.29 


Clark, Ruth 1. 


26,534.58 


Rice, Marea 


17,558.28 


D'Angelo, Marilyn 


25,386.51 


Lahage, Doris A. 


25,761.51 


DiBenedetto, Delia 


25,386.51 


League, Anne Marie 


5,884.65 


Fink, Jeanne 


19,582.28 


Leary, Edward J. 


26,104.00 


Trahon, Doreen 


5,876.78 


Leary, John J. 


34,390.31 


Free, Jean 


6,688.71 


Lucas, Thomas J. 


26,534.58 


Manna, Shirley B. 


25,386.51 


MacDonald, Frank A. 


26.534.58 


Montouri, Dorothy 


26,534.58 


Magnussen, David R. 


22,389.80 


O'Malley, Jean 


25,386.51 


Marks, Bryan E. 


19,188.56 


Pratt, Helen 


26,534.58 


MacDermott, Edward W. 


23,091.37 


Price, Marie 


23,091.37 


Mika, John G. 


28,687.78 


Tewksbury, Shirley T. 


23,091.37 


Narkiewicz, Paul H. 


31,688.36 


Total 


335,639.82 


Neundorf, F.J. 


22,432.79 






O'Neil III, Thomas J. 


26,534.58 


SPECIAL NEEDS 




Packard, John R. 


27,837.78 


Civale, Gale Ann 


6,589.35 


Plante, Patrick A. 


26,534.58 


Ely, Florence 


16,766.42 


Porter, Anne Leslie 


21,029.21 


Gallagher, Pauline 


25,386.51 


Raccuia, JohnC. 


26,534.58 


Holmes, Mary B. 


16,910.43 


Reade, Donald A. 


24,744.00 


Jarvis, KathyA. 


5,602.50 


Schleiff, Marie 


25,386.51 


Jillson,AntonetteW. 


21,463.00 


Sheehan, Edward F. 


31,319.29 


Kent, Genevieve 


25,886.51 


Streeter, Richard 


39,953.50 


Leach, Edwin M. 


26,534.58 


Thompson, Robert M. 


26,534.58 


Muir, RuthC. 


7,650.04 


Robbins, Joan 


26,707.58 


Power, Marilyn 


27,537.78 


Walsh, Dennis J. 


27,512.76 


Rega, Bette 


26,534.58 


Watson, Marilyn 


29,198.06 


Sceery, Dr. Robert T. 


8,169.65 


Wood, Jo-Ellen 


24,789.30 


Smalzel, Margaret 


13,407.15 


Wool, Joan M. 


15,231.65 


Voipe, Irene M. 


21,472.00 


Wunschel, Patricia J. 


27,569.58 


Walkey, Joan E. 


734.65 






Yess, DeniseAnne 


16,602.16 


Total 


1,669,268.17 






DEER HILL 




Total 


267,247.31 


Becker, Joseph 


25,386.51 


SUBSTITUTES 




Cassiani, Joan 


14,716.15 


Birmann, Jeanne 


1,230.00 


Chase, Patricia C. 


24,659.71 


Blossom, Fiametta D. 


150.00 


Cisneros, Elizabeth 


18,738.56 


Clark, Brian H. 


600.00 


Dalbeck, Ruth 


8,117.55 


Cody, Carol 


90.00 


Deakin, Frank A. 


25,386.51 


DiGirolamo, Josephine 


870.00 


Fox, Kathryn A. 


11,243.80 


Doolan, Denise 


60.00 


Hibbard, Dorothy A. 


25,386.51 


Dunn, Suzanne 


1,710.00 


Kuntz, Dennis W. 


26,534.58 


Durant, Jon 


150.00 


Levine, Raymond 


25,386.51 


Dwyer, Francoise 


30.00 


Maclnnis, John V. 


23,091.37 


Riley, Christine M. 


30.00 


Magoun, Joanne 


25,386.51 


Freedman, Elaine 


300.00 


McDonald, Dorothy L. 


25,386.51 


Greenwald, Samuel 


90.00 


Sullivan, Patricia M. 


22,389.80 


Gurnis, Barbara 


30.00 


Shultz, Lawrence R. 


26,306.51 


Haley, Dorothea 


2,493.00 


Whitley, Katherine 


23,091.37 


Horn, Carolyn 


180.00 


Wondolowski, Dorothy 


12,895.00 


Ingram, Susan A. 


468.00 






Johnsen, Priscilla 


240.00 


Total 


364,103.46 


Jordan, Letitia 


1,020.00 


OSGOOD 




Kirk, Rita 


162.00 


Baush, Susan 


25,386.51 


Leary, Marie 


570.00 


Bowker, Faith E. 


25,386.51 


MacKinnon, Helen 


2,130.00 



141 



Martin, Guy 


75.00 


Donn, George 


38.00 


McCarthy, Alice 


1,230.00 


Donnell, Michael 


96.00 


Morrissey, Robert 


240.00 


Donovan, Joseph 


43.00 


Murphy, Peggy 


30.00 


Donovan, Patrick 


111.00 


Nedrow, Ruth 


840.00 


Dotolo, Joseph 


24.00 


Noiseux, Deanne 


2,407.88 


Doyle, Fran 


84.00 


Pizzelli, Mary 


750.00 


Ellis, Ben 


32.00 


Price, Eugene T. 


504.00 


Ellis, Robert 


22.50 


Ross, Kenneth 


1,066.68 


Emanuello, Diane 


237.50 


Snyder, Anne 


30.00 


Evans Jr., Francis 


766.67 


Stonier, June 


30.00 


Evans, Richard 


70.00 


Weydt, Michael 


60.00 


Evans, Richard 


43.00 


Young, Edward 


840.00 


Fallon, Arthur 


51.00 


Total 


20,706.56 


Fallon, Douglas 


185.00 






Farrington, William 


92.00 






Farrow, John 


43.00 


PORTS OFFICIALS 




Fichtner, Joanne 


30.00 


Ahearn, Mary Beth 


21.00 


Flaherty, Thomas 


306.67 


Anderson, Carol 


48.00 


Foley, Gerald 


43.00 


Andrews, Denise 


95.00 


Furze, William 


114.00 


Bagwell, Kevin 


43.00 


Gerety, Philip 


59.00 


Barrett, Robert 


38.00 


Gerrish, Peter 


32.00 


Beatty, Robert 


149.50 


Goldman, Michael 


22.50 


Belanger, Denise 


20.00 


Goslin, John 


32.00 


Bennett, Richard 


38.00 


Grindley, William H. 


22.50 


Berksza, Raymond 


37.00 


Grober, Bruce 


21.00 


Bessette, Roger 


43.00 


Guenard, David 


37.00 


Billings, Gregory 


43.00 


Guilfoyle, Donald 


21.00 


Black, Kevin 


41.00 


Guillette, Don 


37.00 


Blanchard, Paul 


829.99 


Hansen, Peter 


32.00 


Bletzer, James 


45.00 


Hartnett, David 


85.00 


Boggs, Eugene 


23.00 


Hewitt, Kenneth 


37.00 


Bortolotti, Paul 


48.00 


Holmes, Brooks 


42.00 


Bowen Jr., John 


460.00 


Hynes, Michael 


63.00 


Boylen, William 


76.00 


Infusino, David 


781.67 


Burnell, Thomas 


2,951.67 


Jakub, David 


21.00 


Callaghan, Martin 


21.00 


Jakub, George 


90.50 


Caulfield, Kevin 


43.00 


Karo, John 


37.00 


Chandler, Gregory 


76.00 


Kearney, James 


43.00 


Clarkeson, Kathleen 


766.68 


Kelliher, James 


48.00 


Clasby, Frank 


140.50 


Keough, Lawrence 


43.00 


Clinton, Dennis 


22.00 


Ketch um, Scott 


575.00 


Cody, Kevin 


86.00 


Leanues, William 


69.00 


Colarusso, George 


45.00 


Lee, Ambrose 


66.50 


Collins, Richard 


43.00 


Lee, Mary 


24.00 


Connell, Noreen 


165.00 


Leone, John 


2,786.00 


Costiello, John 


22.50 


Litchfield, William 


25.00 


Cotton, Joseph 


21.00 


Little, Edna 


95.00 


Crowley, Jerry 


85.00 


Livingston, Stanley 


22.50 


Cunningham, Jerry 


22.50 


Lucas, Caria 


20.00 


Dalton, Robert 


43.00 


Lynch, Margaret 


1,095.00 


Davies, Clive 


38.00 


Lynch, Stephen 


43.00 


DiGiriolamo, Ellen 


805.00 


MacLeod, Margaret 


24.00 


Ditmar, Janet 


388.68 


Magnarelli, John 


43.00 


Dodge, Randolph 


37.00 


Markham, David 


24.00 


Doherty, Thomas 


43.00 


Marshall, Donna 


47.50 



142- 



Marten, Nancy 


152.00 


Sullivan, Janet 


38.00 


Mattson, Peter 


24.00 


Sullivan, Joseph 


72.00 


Mazzamurro, Donna 


21.00 


Sullivan, Timothy 


38.00 


McCarthy, Edward 


74.00 


Sutcliffe, Bruce 


43.00 


McCullough, Joseph!. 


966.00 


Sweeney, Torin 


383.33 


McDonough, William 


21.00 


Texeira, Anthony 


37.00 


McGrady, Robert 


37.00 


Wong, David 


37.00 


McGrath, James 


76.00 


Tighe, James 


76.00 


McNair, Thomas 


37.00 


Toti, Sal 


22.50 


Melia, Arthur 


43.00 


Trachik, Paul 


77.00 


Menard, Jean Francis 


64.00 


Viafore, Karen 


126.00 


Michelangelo, Emilio 


42.00 


Walling, George 


43.00 


Miley, Thomas 


38.00 


Walsh, David 


37.00 


Minelli, Edward 


1,860.00 


Walsh, David 


24.00 


Morrissey, Robert 


655.00 


Walsh, John 


74.00 


Mortimer, William 


74.00 


Walsh, Norman 


21.00 


Mulvey, Edward 


180.00 


Ward, Glen 


24.00 


Murray, Walter 


101.00 


Watson, Brendan 


24.00 


Musial, Sonny 


38.00 


Weaver, Michael 


21.00 


Myers, Gayle 


21.00 


White, John 


50.00 


Nangle, Linda 


142.50 


White, Maureen 


20.00 


Newcombe, Faith 


117.00 


Silvia, Robert 


25.00 


Norton Sr., Patrick 


20.00 


Whitmore, Martin 


21.00 


O'Connor, Kevin 


22.50 


Wong, David 


76.00 


Palardy, Andrea 


1,680.33 


Wooster, Robert 


22.00 


Palladino, Rocky 


21.00 


Zaniboni, Robert 


74.00 


Papile, Donald 


34.50 


Total 


32,297.35 


Perry, Robert 


124.00 






Pickel, James 


38.00 


LUNCHROOM PAYROLL 




Pisano, Philip 


1,767.00 


Ainslie, Cora 


6,173.70 


Player, John 
Pompeo, Roger 
Powers, Bill 


112.00 

375.00 

37.00 


Byrne, Marie A. 
Dooley, Roseann 
Jacobucci, Eileen 


4,043.00 
6,288.61 
2,883.76 


Pratt, Stephen 


74.00 


McNeil, Jeannette 


6,364.85 


Prendergast, John 
Regan, Dennis 
Rhind.Jeff 
Richardi, Ann 


132.00 
43.00 

125.00 
47.50 


Prendergast, Shirley 
Rhodes, Kathy 
Ricketts, Frances 
Ross, Anita L. 


51.00 

234.34 

4,047.85 

34.00 


Robinson, Phil 
Runey, Frank 
Salerno, Matthew J. 
Sangster, Stephen 
Sargent, Ken 
Seaman, John 
Shacochis, Norman 
Sheerin, Douglas 


22.50 
42.00 
306.66 
32.00 
30.00 
22.50 
48.00 
45.00 


Salyards, Joyce 
Salyards, Mildred 
Sinopoli, Elizabeth 
Soule, Eleanor 
Stahl, Marguerite N. 
Waaser, Virginia 
Wunschel, Patricia 


29.58 
8,980.44 
6,655.13 
6,334.95 
1,681.93 
1,895.20 
2,726.02 


Sheets, Richard 


22.50 


Total 


58,424.36 


Sherman, Norman 


58.00 


METCO PAYROLL 




Silva, Anthony 


37.00 


White, Eleanor 


18,708.93 


Silvia, Robert D. 


50.00 






Spolidoro, Paul 


38.00 


Total 


18,708.93 


Startzell, Ken nan 


1,725.00 


POLICE 




Stevens, Arthur 


22.00 


Cogill, Brian 


156.00 


Strondak, Alan 


48.00 


Conte, Carmelo 


104.00 


Sullivan, Eugene 


76.00 


Jackson, Robert 


58.00 


Sullivan, James 


1,767.00 


Jones, Clifton 


52.00 



143- 



Kealey, Joseph M. 


409.30 


Gross Payroll 




Laugelle, PaulJ. 


318.00 


Town (all other depts.) 


1,969,314.83 


Middendorf, Charles 


52.00 


School 


3,330,680.18 


Noonan, Brian 


116.00 


TOTAL 


$5,299,995.01 


Pomarico, David 


52.00 






Rhodes III, John J. 


435.00 






Small, John 


52.00 






Yocum, Richard 


52.00 






Total 


1,856.30 







144 



Town Accountant 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1983. 
This report includes the following schedules: 

GENERAL FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. State and County Assessments 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Federal Revenue Sharing 

3. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
(Revolving Funds) 

4. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Highway Improvements 

WATER FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Retained Earnings 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet— Sewer Project 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Sewer Project 

2 -1. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures Sewer Project 

3. Balance Sheet— Landfill Project 

4. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
Landfill Project 

DEFERRED REVENUE (SEWER ASSESSMENTS) 

1. Balance Sheet 

TRUST FUNDS: 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS: 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 

The following are unpaid bills relating to fiscal years 1982 and 1983: 

Vendor Department Amount 

Electronic Voting Machine Corp. Town Clerk $ 202.39 

86 Washington St., Newton, MA 
Robert D. Silvia Fire Dept. 935.37 

10 Arrowwood Rd., Cohasset, MA 

(Balance due for overtime incurred by 

firefighter Silvia while attending 

Northeastern Univ. 9/28/82-2/26/83) 

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AIco Oil Company, Inc. 
15 King St., Cohasset, MA 
(Diesel Fuel for machine at landfill 
May and June 1983) 
Civil Designs, Inc. 
496A Commercial St., Boston, MA 
Professional Services: 
April 11-May 15, 1983 
Mayl6-May31,1983 
June 1-June30, 1983 
Sylvester A. Ray, Inc. 
P.O. Box 1070, Marshfield, MA 
(May and June invoices for fill 
delivered to landfill) 
The Patriot Ledger 
13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising June 1 and June 8, 19 
Knight, Bagge & Anderson, Inc. 
73 Tremont St., Boston, MA 
Architectural Services: 

June 19, 1982-August31, 1982 
August 22, 1981-April 24, 1982 

Rockland Trust Co. 

288 Union St., Rockland, MA 

(Computer Service School Year 1982-83 

re: Attendance) 
American Arbitration Association, Inc 

140 West 51st St., New York, NY 

(Invoice June 30, 1983) 
Bracken and Baran 

33 Mount Vernon St., Boston, MA 

(Legal Services May 19, 1983 thru 

June 30, 1983, re: wastewater 

treatment problem) 
Casey's Kennel 

249 Cedar St., Cohasset, MA 

(Care of dog. May 17-May 27, 1983) 
Hingham Animal Clinic 

146 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, 

Hingham, MA 

(Service of Veterinarian, March 20, 25, 

April 1 and 26, 1983) 
Hingham Water Company 

28 South St., Hingham, MA 

(Balance due for hydrant, quarter ended 

June 30, 1983) 
Lanza, Mark J.— Executive Secretary 

(Reimbursement for expenses. 

May 23-June 13, 1983) 



Board of Health 



957.33 



255.00 


Board of Health 




225.00 


Board of Health 




1,474.00 


Board of Health 


1,954.00 




Board of Health 


10,068.94 




Highway Dept. 


71.28 


3) 


School Dept. 


2,251.63 


251.63 






2,000.00 








School Dept. 


3,766.51 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



75.00 



3.133.55 



44.00 



64.00 



128.43 



99.35 



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The Patriot Ledger 
13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 
(Advertising— June 7, 1983) 

Shishonee Kennel 
493 South River St., Marshfield, MA 
(Care of dog, May 27-June 6, 1983) 

Thaxter, Beckwith & Henderson 

76 south Main Street, Cohasset, MA 
(Services of Town Counsel, Richard A. 
Henderson, January-June 1983, in 
excess of budget) 

Collective Bargaining 
Peter J. Wood 

77 Summer St., Cohasset, MA 
(Rental of recording machine, June 
1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 1983) 

Richard Yocum— Dog Control Officer 

Reimbursement for expenses: 
May& June Mileage 
Telephones Miscellaneous 
Hayes Pump and Machinery Co., Inc. 

West Concord, MA 
The Patriot Ledger 

13 Temple St., Quincy, MA 

(Advertising, June 2, 1983) 
Cohasset Hardware Co. 

40 South Main St., Cohasset, MA 

(May and June Invoices) 
Woodward Spring Shop Inc. 

P.O. Box 313 

111 McGrath Highway, Quincy, MA 

(Repairs to truck, March 15, 1983) 

Total 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 



Selectmen 
Selectmen 



Selectmen 



126.66 
51.02 



Wire Dept. 



Wire Dept. 



39.60 



44.00 



Selectmen 25,988.13 



165.00 
125.00 



177.68 



Sewer 40.95 

Tree & Park Dept. 80.08 



130.00 



1.532.69 



$52,074.91 



Funds for the payment of these bills were appropriated at the Special Town 
Meeting September 20, 1983. 

Special Town Meeting Jan. 17, 1984 appropriated $1,879.13 for sums due cer- 
tain firefighters for Fiscal 1983 resettfement of grievances and Civil Service appeal. 

Respectfully submitted, 
William S. Signorelli 

Town Accountant 



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TOWN OF COHASSET 

Balance Sheet 

General Fund 

JUNE 30, 1983 



Schedule GF-1 



Assets 

Cash 
Investments 

Accounts receivable property taxes: 

1981 Real 

1982 Personal 

1982 Real 

1983 Real 
1983 Personal 

Less: Reserve for abatements and exemptions 

Real estate taxes deferred 

Departmental receivables 
Veterans' Assistance 
Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rents and miscellaneous 
Lien re demolition of house 
Sewer use charges 
Parking violations 

Motor vehicle excise taxes: 
1977 
1980 
1981 
1982 
1983 

Tax liens receivable 
Tax Foreclosures 

Accounts receivable— Vessel Excise Taxes 

Prepaid payroll— fiscal 1984 
Due from Stabilization Fund 

Sewer Betterment Assessments: 
Principal added to taxes fiscal 1982 
Interest added to taxes fiscal 1982 
Principal added to taxes fiscal 1983 
Interest added to taxes fiscal 1983 

Due from Water Department: 
Loans 

Deficit fiscal 1981 
Deficit fiscal 1982 



357,734.88 
982,000.00 



$1,339,734.88 



1,932.12 




39.70 




51,518.97 




329,390.59 




906.04 




383,787.42 




84,445.11 


299,342.31 




56,340.72 


3,382.44 




20,859.00 




3,883.50 




1,635.10 




500.00 




5,009.96 




26,245.00 


61,515.00 


11.62 




83.27 




5,358.41 




8,486.03 




65,918.76 


79,858.09 




126,591.20 




2,204.25 




5,082.96 




2,324.40 




52,000.00 


89.50 




53.70 




110.75 




61.41 


315.36 


258,468.00 




69,975.68 




25,411.19 


353,854.87 



$2,379,164.04 



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Liabilities Reserves, and Fund Balance 

Liabilities: 
Warrants Payable 
Unclaimed checks 
Payroll deductions: 

Health insurance 

Life insurance 

Reserves: 

Reserved for Appropriation: 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library- 
Sale of Audubon plate and books 
Waterways improvement and maintenance fund 

Transfers from Trust Funds: 
Wheelwright Park 
Wadleigh Park 
Robert Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt 

(Town Common and Parks) 
Woodside Cemetery 
Beechwood Cemetery 
North Cohasset Cemetery 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Agency: 
Dog licenses due county 
Off Duty Work detail 
Perpetual Care Funds 

Reserve for receivables other than property taxes 

Reserve for loans to Water Department 

Fund Balance: 
Reserved for encumbrances 
Reserved for expenditures fiscal 1984 
Designated for tax foreclosures 
Designated for under State 

and County assessments $5,799.50 

Designated for appropriation deficit 
(Unemployment compensation) 5,480.00 



Unreserved: 

BalanceJuly 1,1982 919,029.80 
Add: Excess of revenues and other sources over 
expenditures and other uses 

(see Schedule GF-2) 296,620.54 

Omitted tax assessment fiscal 1982 27.38 

Tax title redemption 77.72 

1,215,755.44 



$28,458.67 
455.86 



44,250.00 
8,944.96 

1,317.21 
329.09 

164.34 
2,865.65 

988.26 
2,227.54 
2,620.79 

286.50 

26.00 

1,000.00 



145,847.15 

215,692.00 

2,204.25 



(11,279.50) 
352.463.90 



$229,611.76 
2,428.27 



28,914.53 



53,194.96 



10,512.88 



1,312.50 
329,703.33 
353,854.87 



Less: 
Appropriations voted$ 182,999.69 
Taxes added to tax 

Lien's account 15,588.71 



198,588.40 



1,017,167.04 



1,369,630.94 
$2,379,164.04 



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TOWN OF COHASSET Schedule GF-2 

General Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes In Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 



Property taxes committed to Collector: 
Real 
Personal 



$5,774,840.31 
168,133.96 





5,942,974.27 




Less: Reserve for abatements and exemptions 


103,101.03 


$5,839,873.24 


Taxes in Litigation 




297.18 


Fines: 






District Court of East Norfolk 


7,670.00 




Parking violations less $95.00 refund 


14,552.00 


22,222.00 


Licenses and permits: 






Selectmen: 






Alcoholic beverages 


9,000.00 




Facilities permits less $22.00 refund 


25,669.00 




Another 


1,509.90 




Town Clerk— Gasoline storage 


700.00 




Police Department licenses and permits 


778.00 




Building Department: 






Gas 


1,151.00 




Plumbing 


2,923.00 




Building and certificates 


16,795.50 




Wire Department less $15.00 refund 


1,827.00 




Board of Health 


6,571.75 




Harbor Department 


16,400.50 


83,325.65 


Grants from State: 






Schools: 






Chapter 70 Aid 


667,273.00 




Pupil transportation 






Ch.71,Sec.7A 


46,548.00 




Ch.71Aand71B 


7,532.00 




Tuition— State wards 


5,584.00 




School building assistance 


42,854.26 




Highways: 






Highway Fund 


29,487.00 




Highway and Transit fringe MBTA Communities 


19,400.00 




Tree & Park Department: 






Reimbursement Spraying Gypsy Moths 


23,589.00 




Lottery, beano 


29,416.00 


(1) 


Harbor: Cultivation & protection of shellfish 


27.12 




Additional local aid assistance 


191,536.00 




MBTA Reimbursement for 1982 Assessment— Refund 


83,966.00 




Reimbursements for loss of taxes: 






Disabled veterans, blind and elderly 


8,304.51 




Veterans' Services— reimbursements 


2,234.01 


1,157,750.90 



Total General Revenue 



7,103,468.97 



(1) $30,598.00 balance of Fiscal 1983 allotment received August 3, 1983. 



150 



Commercial revenue: 








Special assessments— Sewer: 








F'83 


2,495.76 






Prior 


509.30 






Paid in advance 


335.00 


3,340.06 




Motor vehicle excise taxes: 








1978 and prior 


880.53 






1979 


668.95 






1980 


3,300.99 






1981 


2,125.37 






1982 


85,849.15 






1983 


151,514.91 
244,339.90 






Less: Refunds 


4,744.23 


239,595.67 




Vessel excise taxes (less refund $34.55) 


7,448.36 






Less: Transferred to Waterways Improvement 






& Maintenance Fund 


3,724.17 


3,724.19 




Total Commercial Revenue 






246,659.92 


Departmental Revenue: 








Planning Board: 








Topo maps 




437.00 




Filing fees 




300.00 




Engineering fees 




1,975.00 




Zoning Board of Appeals— Filing fees 




750.00 




Conservation Commission— Filing fees 




225.00 




Treasurer-Collector— Fees for services 




7,847.00 




Town Clerk— Fees for services 




3,968.45 




Police— miscellaneous 




495.61 




Fire— ambulance service (less refund $60.00) 


12,200.00 




Fire— Inspections 




1,120.00 




Sealer of Weights & Measures— fees 




422.50 




Dog Off icer— fees 




630.00 




Board of Health: 








Engineering fees 


2,500.00 






Disposal area fees 


7,148.50 






Dumping fees from private landfill 


18,697.50 






Recycling 


2,568.34 


30,914.34 




Sewer: 








Use charges 


22,016.55 






Miscellaneous 


25.00 


22,041.55 




Harbor— Application fees 




130.00 




Schools— miscellaneous 




427.82 




Schools— Non Resident tuition 




3,980.75 




Library— fines and miscellaneous 




8,185.66 




Recreation— fees 




6,247.00 




Cemeteries— grave digging 




6,150.00 




Total Departmental Revenue 






108,447.68 


Unclassified Revenue: 








Rents 




5,855.00 




Use of Town Hall 




1,615.00 




Sale of Pratt's history books 




22.50 





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Miscellaneous 2,222.00 

Bid Deposits forfeited 300.00 

Refunds: Prior year 852.17 10,866.67 

Interest: 

Deposits and Investments 69,158.17 

Sewer Assessments 1,526.24 

Property taxes 49,608.42 

Motor Vehicle Excise 457.60 

Tax liens redeemed 40.34 

Redemption of real estate taxes deferred 13.90 

Total Interest 120.804.67 

Total Revenues 7,590,247.91 

Total expenditures, see Schedule GF-3 7,019,604.06 

Less expenditures applicable to prior year65,309.67 
Less: Transfer from Reserve Fund 1,783.28 63,526.39 6,956,077.67 

Excess of revenues over expenditures 634,170.24 

Revenue reserved for fiscal 1983 appropriations brought 
forv\/ard to fiscal 1984 119,273.08 

Excess of revenues over expenditures and funds designated 
for expenditure in fiscal 1984 514,897.16 

Other Financing Sources: Annual Meeting April 3, 1982 
Transfers from Trust Funds: 

Wheelwright Park 1 ,000.00 

Wadleigh Park 200.00 

Robert Charles Billings 100.00 

Billings— Pratt 100.00 

Libraries 2,800.00 

Woodside Cemetery 5,000.00 

Beechwood Cemetery 600.00 9,800.00 

State Aid for Libraries 3,587.00 

Dog Licenses from County 940.57 

Transfer from stabilization fund authorized 52,000.00 

Overestimate state and county assessments fiscal 1982 4,328.95 

Surplus revenue 50,000.00 

Other transfers from trust funds not budgeted: 



Cedar Street Cemetery 


19.45 


North Cohasset Cemetery 


1,401.84 


James W.Nichols 


200.00 


Alice and Walter Shuebruk 


2,000.00 


Major William Arthur Fund 


1,000.00 


Ripley Trust Fund _ 


1,133.00 


Total Other Financing Sources 





5,754.29 126,410.81 

641,307.97 



Other financing uses: 

State and County Assessments— see Schedule GF-4 295,760.61 

Transfer to Water department 15,000.00 

Transfer to Federal Revenue Sharing Fund 9,366.50 

Water department deficit Fiscal 1982 25,411.19 

Appropriation deficit fiscal 1982 10,546.96 



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Expenditures from Trust Funds not budgeted: 



Cedar Street Cemetery 


19.45 


North Cohasset Cemetery 


1,401.84 


James W. Nichols— scholarship 


200.00 


Alice and Walter Shuebruk— 




scholarships 


2,000.00 


Major William Arthur Scholarships 


1,000.00 


Ripley Fund— school expenses 


1,133.00 



5,754.29 
Total other financing uses 361,839.55 

Excess of revenues and other sources over expenditures and other uses 279,468.42 

Add: 

Prior year appropriations closed to revenue 5,872.62 

Appropriation deficit to be raised in fiscal 1984 5,480.00 

Net underestimate of state and county assessments 
fiscal 1983 to be raised in fiscal 1984 5,799.50 17,152.12 

Increase in fund balance— see schedule GF-1 $296,620.54 



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Schedule GF-4 



State and County Assessments 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 









Net Overestimates 




Estimated 




Forward to 


Account 


Charges 


Expenditures 


Fiscal 1984 


County Tax 


$93,825.35 


$95,294.53 


($1,469.18) 


Retired Municipal Teachers 








(Health Insurance) 


24,449.03 


24,449.02 


.01 


Air Pollution Control Districts 


1,386.54 


1,173.42 


213.12 


M.B.T.A 


94,500.00 


93,261.30 


1,238.70 


Recreation Areas Outside 








Metropolitan Parks District 


47,441.30 


45,059.47 


2,381.83 


County Hospital 


— 


7,800.15 


(7,800.15) 


Mosquito Control Project 


9,391.61 


9,051.04 


340.57 


Metropolitan Parks 


5,266.35 


5,825.72 


(559.37) 


Special Education 


10,648.00 


10,800.00 


(152.00) 


Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Bills 


1,012.20 


1,012.20 


— 


Elderly Governmental Retirees 


801.99 


801.99 


— 


Metropolitan Area Planning Council 


1,238.74 


1,231.77 


6.97 




$289,961.11 


$295,760.61 


($5,799.50) 



181 



Schedule WF-1 

TOWN OF COHASSET 

Balance Sheet 

Water Department 

(Exclusive of Fixed Assets) 

June 30, 1983 

Assets: 

Cash $62,007.73 

Accounts receivable: 

User charges $53,400.56 
Interest— delinquent accounts 5,686.14 

Miscellaneous 78.17 59,164.87 

Due from State: 
Leak detection grant 10,048.46 

Grant re Water treatment facility: 

Years 1984-1996(14871.36x13) $193,327.68 

Years 1997-2012 (14670.39x16) 234.726.24 428,053.92 438,102.38 

Amounts to be provided for: 

Loan due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,130,000.00 2,483,854.87 

$3,043,129.85 



Liabilities, Reserves and Retained Earnings: 
Liabilities: 

Warrants Payable $10,522.45 

Loans due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,130,000.00 

Reserves: 

Uncollected receivables 59,164.87 

Due from State 10,048.46 

Deferred Revenue— Grant 406 Acts of 1978 428,053.92 497,267.25 

Retained earnings see Schedule WF-2 51,485.28 

$3,043,129.85 



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Capital Projects Fund (Sewer Project) 
Balance Sheet 
June 30, 1983 



Assets 

Cash 

Due from State 



Estimated other financing sources: 
Loans authorized and unissued— plans and specifications 



Schedule CP-1 



$162,338.84 
1,893.00 

433,000.00 
$597,231.84 



Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balance 

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Warrants payable 

Reserve: 
Uncollected government receivable 

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Plans and specifications $510,805.67 

Other 20,001.46 

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Federal Grants 19,294.53 

State Grants 38,815.00 



$6,422.18 
1,893.00 

530,807.13 

58,109.53 
$597,231.84 



Capital Projects Fund (Sewer Project) 



Schedule CP-2 



Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 



Revenue: 

Federal grants Step 1 Reimbursements 
State grants Step 1 Reimbursements 

Other financing sources: 

Transfer from general fund re: 
Article4Nov. 29, 1982 
Article 35, April 2, 1983 

Total Revenue and Other Sources 



$19,100.00 
38,815.00 



10,000.00 
20,000.00 



$57,915.00 



30,000.00 
87,915.00 



Expenditures- 


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Engineering 








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Travel 








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Expenditures- 


-Article 35, 


April 2, 


1983 




Engineering- 


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Total expenditures 









26,668.45 
9,998.54 



Excess of revenues and other sources over expenditures 



36,666.99 
51,248.01 



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Fund Balance: 
Federal Grants July 1, 1982 

Less: Reserve for encumbrances 
Fund balance June 30, 1983 



26,862.98 

78,110.99 
20,001.46 

$58,109.53 



Schedule CP-2-1 



Report of Appropriations and Expenditures Sewer Project 
For Year Ended June 30, 1983 



Forward 



Budget 



Engineering Studies— Sewerage 
$10,000.00 

Sewer— Engineering Alternative and Innovative 
$20,000.00 

Sewer— Plans and Specifications 
77,805.67 



$87,805.67 



$20,000.00 



Expenditures 



$9,998.54 



$9,998.54 



Forward to Next 
Fiscal Year 

$10,000.00 

10,001.46 

77,805.67 
$97,807.13 



Capital Projects Fund (Landfill Project) 
Balance Sheet 
June 30, 1983 



Schedule CP-3 



Cash 



$6,353.75 



Reserve for encumbrance— Balance due contractor 



$6,353.75 



Schedule CP-4 
Capital Projects Fund— Landfill 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 



Other Financing Sources: 
Loan— Rockland Trust 



$240,000.00 



Expenditures: 
Contractor 
Engineering 



$227,950.00 
5,696.25 



233,646.25 



Balance reserved for final payment to contractor 



$6,353.75 



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Schedule SFl 



Special Revenue Fund 
Balance Sheet 
June 30, 1983 






Assets 

Cash Federal Revenue Sharing 
Highway Improvements 
Revolving and Receipts Reserved 


$99.71 

5,273.00 

55,977.74 


$61,350.45 


Due from Federal for entitlement quarter ended June 30, 


1983 


17,992.00 
$79,342.45 


Liabilities and Fund Balance: 






Warrants payable 




5,890.65 


Fund balance: 
(1) Federal Revenue Sharing— Schedule SF-2 
Revolving funds and other, see Schedule SF-3 
Highway improvements Schedule SF-4 


18,091.71 

50,087.09 

5,273.00 


73,451.80 
$79,342.45 



Schedule SF-2 
Federal Revenue Sharing 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 

Revenue 

Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received $80,463.00 

Add: Due for 2nd quarter 1983 17,992.00 

98,455.00 
Less: Receipts applicable to 2nd quarter 1982 ' 22,210.00 $76,245.00 

Add Transfer from Reserve Fund 9,366.50 

85,611.50 

Expenditures 

Fire Department— salaries 89,829.50 

Excess of expenditures over revenues (4,218.00) 

Fund balance June 30, 1982 22,309.71 

Fund balance June 30, 1983 $18,091.71 



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Schedule SF-4 
Special Revenue— Highway Improvements 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983 

Revenue: 

State Grants $50,525.00 

State Grant— Reserved for appropriation 5,273.00 $55,798.00 

Expenditures: (Resurfacing Streets) 

Advertising 92.66 

Police details 1,456.00 

Contract 48,976.34 50,525.00 

Other financing sources (uses) 
Temporary loans 50,525.00 

Paymentof temporary loans (50,525.00 ) — 

Excess of revenues over expenditures 5,273.00 

Fund balance July 1, 1982 ^ 

Fund balance June 30, 1983 $5,273.00 



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Schedule DRl 



Balance Sheet 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 

June 30, 1983 



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Apportioned Sewer assessments Rever 


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1983 




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INDEX 

Appointed Town Officers 5 

Assessors, Board of 96 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 97 

Bylaw Study Committee 97 

Capital Budget Committee 98 

Collector of Taxes 133 

Conservation Commission 98 

Council on Aging 99 

Design Review Board 100 

Dog Officer 100 

Fire Department 101 

Government Island Study Committee 103 

Harbor Department 104 

Harbor Study Committee 104 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 105 

Health, Board of 106 

Highway Department 109 

Historical Commission Ill 

Housing Authority Ill 

In Memoriam 1 

Jury List 16 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 112 

Librarian 113 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council 115 

Personnel Committee 121 

Planning Board 118 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 117 

Police Department 119 

Recreation Director 120 

Recycling Committee 108 

Registrars, Board of 96 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 135 

Sewer Commission 130 

School Department 122 

Superintendents Report 123 

Graduation 1983 127 

Selectmen, Board of 18 

Social Service League 109 

Town Accountant 145 

Statement of Revenues 150 

Report of Appropriations, Expenditures & Encumbrances 154 

Summary of Expenditures & Encumbrances 185 

Balance Sheets 

Capital Projects Funds 187 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 197 

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General Fund 148 

Special Revenue 190 

Water Fund 182 

Statement of Long Term Debt 202 

Trust Funds 199 

Town Clerk 21 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 9 

Annual Town Meeting (April 2, 1983) 21 

Annual Town Election (April 9, 1983) 75 

Special Town Meeting (September 20, 1983) 78 

Vital Statistics 89 

Births 89 

Deaths 93 

Marriages 90 

Town Treasurer & Collector 133 

Tree and Park Department 131 

Water Commissioners, Board of 132 

Wiring Department 132 



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